Maps

Maps to help understand Inland Rail - the entire route, individual projects and study areas.

Inland Rail Route

The Inland Rail route will be about 1,700km in length – including 1,200km of enhanced and upgraded tracks and 500km of new sections via regional Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. Where possible, existing rail infrastructure will be used to minimise the environmental and community impacts associated with creating new rail corridors.

The entire route from Melbourne to Brisbane is shown on the Inland Rail Alignment Map.

Project Maps

Victoria


New South Wales


Queensland


Route History

The Inland Rail Route History 2006-2019 document summarises decisions that have informed the current route for Inland Rail between Melbourne and Brisbane via regional Victoria, New South Wales and southeast Queensland. This document is intended to provide the reader with an understanding of these decisions and the reasoning behind them.

Interactive Maps

We have developed interactive project maps to help us get a better understanding of key issues from a community perspective.

The maps allow members of the public to have their say on Inland Rail projects by simply dropping a pin on the map and adding a comment.

We appreciate you taking the time to share your feedback with us.

Maps to help understand Inland Rail - the entire route, individual projects and study areas.

Inland Rail Route

The Inland Rail route will be about 1,700km in length – including 1,200km of enhanced and upgraded tracks and 500km of new sections via regional Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. Where possible, existing rail infrastructure will be used to minimise the environmental and community impacts associated with creating new rail corridors.

The entire route from Melbourne to Brisbane is shown on the Inland Rail Alignment Map.

Project Maps

Victoria


New South Wales


Queensland


Route History

The Inland Rail Route History 2006-2019 document summarises decisions that have informed the current route for Inland Rail between Melbourne and Brisbane via regional Victoria, New South Wales and southeast Queensland. This document is intended to provide the reader with an understanding of these decisions and the reasoning behind them.

Interactive Maps

We have developed interactive project maps to help us get a better understanding of key issues from a community perspective.

The maps allow members of the public to have their say on Inland Rail projects by simply dropping a pin on the map and adding a comment.

We appreciate you taking the time to share your feedback with us.

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