Geotechnical investigations in the Narromine, Gilgandra and Mt Tenandra areas have recently been completed. Additional geotechnical work has now begun in the Baradine and Pilliga sections of the alignment. Data gathered from these investigations will help refine our detailed designs for the project and minimise cost and construction impacts.
In the coming weeks, our teams will look to complete further survey work, including LiDAR surveying and ecology investigations, this work will occur in road reserves, crown land and private property.
Where possible, we will carry out activities on crown land or road reserves. Where we may need to access private property, we will seek to obtain the prior consent of landowners. We thank all landowners for their continued patience and assistance.
June 29, 2022
My farm, my community initiative helps to tackle rural crime
Police and community members in the regional council area of Goondiwindi, which includes parts of Inland Rail’s QLD/NSW Border to Gowrie project, have joined forces to tackle crime in the area, thanks in part to support from Inland Rail.
June 28, 2022
Inland Rail helps to inspire and educate students in STEM
Over three days in June at Narrabri’s Crossing Theatre, more than 400 students from across northwest NSW participated in fun and educational workshops as part of the Science and Engineering Challenge, hosted by the University of Newcastle and sponsored by Inland Rail.