Register your interest to supply borrow pit material

Narromine to Narrabri (NSW)

We are looking for landowners who are interested in supplying borrow pit material for railway construction on the Narromine to Narrabri project.

Borrow pits are large holes from which we would take high quality material for construction.

Ideally, the location of the borrow pit would be within 25km of the study area. However, for competent rock (rock that can support openings) such as basalt, up to 50km from the study area could be considered.

Please refer to the attached maps (PDF 1.6MB) which show the areas which may have suitable material.

How you could benefit

  • We will pay an extraction fee per tonne.
  • Your land may potentially become more usable (for example, if a hill is removed).
  • ARTC will rehabilitate the borrow pits and cover soil.

Register now

Register your interest by emailing Kyle‑James Giggacher, Project Delivery Engineer, at KGiggacher@ARTC.com.au by 28 January 2019.

Please include your name, phone number and postal address, as well as the relevant property ID and lot number/s for the proposed land.

While we appreciate information regarding ground characteristics, we will need to test the material at the property to confirm its suitability. This geotechnical work will require obtaining written permission from landowners.

ARTC will review all submissions and contact suitable landowners to discuss the next steps and answer any questions related to these investigations.

Contact us

You can have your questions answered about the project by contacting us directly, or asking us a question.

Narromine to Narrabri (NSW)

We are looking for landowners who are interested in supplying borrow pit material for railway construction on the Narromine to Narrabri project.

Borrow pits are large holes from which we would take high quality material for construction.

Ideally, the location of the borrow pit would be within 25km of the study area. However, for competent rock (rock that can support openings) such as basalt, up to 50km from the study area could be considered.

Please refer to the attached maps (PDF 1.6MB) which show the areas which may have suitable material.

How you could benefit

  • We will pay an extraction fee per tonne.
  • Your land may potentially become more usable (for example, if a hill is removed).
  • ARTC will rehabilitate the borrow pits and cover soil.

Register now

Register your interest by emailing Kyle‑James Giggacher, Project Delivery Engineer, at KGiggacher@ARTC.com.au by 28 January 2019.

Please include your name, phone number and postal address, as well as the relevant property ID and lot number/s for the proposed land.

While we appreciate information regarding ground characteristics, we will need to test the material at the property to confirm its suitability. This geotechnical work will require obtaining written permission from landowners.

ARTC will review all submissions and contact suitable landowners to discuss the next steps and answer any questions related to these investigations.

Contact us

You can have your questions answered about the project by contacting us directly, or asking us a question.