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.

Individual Project Maps

Inland Rail consists of 13 individual projects across Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland:

Victoria

New South Wales

Queensland

Project Study Area Maps

Included here are maps for five sections of Inland Rail showing where environmental studies are currently being carried out. The remaining eight study areas maps are not included here either because the environmental studies have finished or not started. The study area maps can also be accessed from each project page.

New South Wales and Queensland

The Illabo to Stockinbingal project study area map illustrates the two-kilometre wide study area where preliminary environmental assessment is being carried out.

The Narromine to Narrabri project map illustrates the two-kilometre wide study area and the alternative study area where preliminary environmental assessment is being carried out.

The North Star to Yelarbon project map illustrates two corridor options. Each option includes a two-kilometre wide study area where preliminary environmental assessment is being carried out.

The Gowrie to Helidon project map illustrates the preferred alignment in this section and the study area where environmental assessment is being carried out.

The Helidon to Calvert project map illustrates the preferred alignment in this section and the study area where environmental assessment is being carried out.

The Calvert to Helidon project map illustrates the preferred alignment in this section and the study area where environmental assessment is being carried out.

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.

Individual Project Maps

Inland Rail consists of 13 individual projects across Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland:

Victoria

New South Wales

Queensland

Project Study Area Maps

Included here are maps for five sections of Inland Rail showing where environmental studies are currently being carried out. The remaining eight study areas maps are not included here either because the environmental studies have finished or not started. The study area maps can also be accessed from each project page.

New South Wales and Queensland

The Illabo to Stockinbingal project study area map illustrates the two-kilometre wide study area where preliminary environmental assessment is being carried out.

The Narromine to Narrabri project map illustrates the two-kilometre wide study area and the alternative study area where preliminary environmental assessment is being carried out.

The North Star to Yelarbon project map illustrates two corridor options. Each option includes a two-kilometre wide study area where preliminary environmental assessment is being carried out.

The Gowrie to Helidon project map illustrates the preferred alignment in this section and the study area where environmental assessment is being carried out.

The Helidon to Calvert project map illustrates the preferred alignment in this section and the study area where environmental assessment is being carried out.

The Calvert to Helidon project map illustrates the preferred alignment in this section and the study area where environmental assessment is being carried out.