Your local knowledge and input is invaluable to the project and we thank those that contributed on the night.
The social performance legacy scoping activity is still available online. If you haven’t already, we encourage you to click the link above to complete this activity. It’ll help us understand community views on potential legacy projects in your area. We will conduct the activity at the upcoming Gowrie to Calvert Community Consultative Committee meeting as well.
We’re also aware that community members are interested to learn more about how our proposed design will interface with the existing environment and landscape.
Here are several engagement resources you can explore:
- Consultation interactive map
- Project fly-through video
- Toowoomba Range tunnel interactive visualisation
- Static project map
- G2H project videos
If you need further information or clarifications, please reach out to us via email email@example.com or phone 1800 732 761.
Upcoming information sessions
We have several EIS information sessions on the revised draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) coming up so the community can understand the latest design refinements.
The next session will be on flora, fauna and offsets:
- Date: 19 April 2023
- Time: 6pm–8pm
- Venue: Murphys Creek Community Centre, Murphys Creek
Keep an eye on the G2H project events webpage – we’re working on finalising the session details and will upload the information here once available.
We will also advertise the sessions in your local newspapers, on social media and inform you via email.
February 29, 2024
Albury to Illabo PIR Response to Submissions report summary
The Albury to Illabo PIR Response to Submissions report summary provides a high-level summary of the submissions made during the PIR exhibition.
February 29, 2024
Inland Rail announces latest social performance figures
Inland Rail has announced its Social Performance figures for 2023, with the latest data showing that at end-December the Inland Rail project had employed a further 900 workers in 2023, taking total worker numbers to 4,700 across the project since construction began in 2018 with the Parkes to Narromine project.