Visualisation of Murphys Creek viaduct

November 10, 2020

Inland Rail Public Private Partnership one step closer

Three world-class consortia have been invited by the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) to submit proposals for the section of Inland Rail from Gowrie outside Toowoomba to Kagaru near Beaudesert in Queensland, to be delivered as a Public Private Partnership (PPP).

Workshop participants Jason Pearce (L) and Adrian Davison (R) with trainer Damian Blinman (C) posing for a photograph during the Constructions skills training workshop, Moree, New South Wales. Images taken at a training session held at the Moree Waste Facility Site run by Moree Plains Shire Council.

November 4, 2020

Sign up for a business capability workshop

The Inland Rail Skills Academy is ensuring local businesses are provided with opportunities to build capability and supply chain readiness to meet the requirements of major projects.

Railway bridge over Oura Road, New South Wales

October 23, 2020

WSP Australia appointed for preliminary works on Inland Rail in Southern NSW

Engineering firm WSP Australia has been appointed to deliver the reference design and accompanying primary approvals documentation for the Albury to Illabo and Stockinbingal to Parkes projects of Inland Rail.

October 17, 2019

Industry briefing presentation October 2019

Presentation from the Industry Briefing held in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne in October 2019.

Rail workers on the track performing maintenance outside Parkes, NSW.

September 24, 2020

Inland Rail procurement strategy to enhance industry and regional Australia

Australia’s most significant freight infrastructure project, Inland Rail, has launched a new procurement and packaging plan to industry – promising to accelerate benefits to business and regional communities sooner.

Australian Industry Participation Plan – Summary (August 2020)

August 7, 2020

Australian Industry Participation plan summary – project phase

The Inland Rail Australian Industry Participation (AIP) Plan – Summary, prepared in accordance with the Australian Jobs Act, provides an overview of opportunities for goods and services providers, the standards applicable to Inland Rail, and details of AIP activities to be undertaken by Inland Rail and its procurement entities.

Project Director Rob McNamara

July 21, 2020

Toowoomba business community is ‘on demand’

Last month, Business@Dusk, an initiative of Toowoomba Chamber of Commerce and the University of Southern Queensland, featured an insightful presentation from North Star to Gowrie Project Director, Rob McNamara about the opportunities Inland Rail brings to the greater Toowoomba region.

Track works.

July 3, 2020

Federal Government names Inland Rail as a priority project

Inland Rail is one of 15 major infrastructure projects to be prioritised for approval under a bilateral arrangement between the Federal Government, State and Territory governments.

Helidon to Calvert June 2020 Newsletter

July 3, 2020

Helidon to Calvert newsletter out now

The latest Helidon to Calvert project newsletter was letterbox dropped in June.

Double stacked freight train

July 1, 2020

Northern NSW industries eye potential freight hub future – EY report

Regional communities across Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland will benefit from a boost of up to $13.3 billion in Gross Regional Product over the next 50 years off the back of Inland Rail’s construction, according to a new report from EY (formerly Ernst & Young) on behalf of the Australian Government.

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