Work being done
- fencing the rail corridor
- hydro-mulching (spraying grass seed) in the rail corridor
- minor final construction works in the rail corridor
- returning leased land to landowners
What to expect
These works will be in or around the rail corridor and will not impact road users.
- construction workers working in the rail corridor with earth moving equipment
- importing material to and around site with heavy vehicles, cement trucks and light vehicles
- removal of site storage compounds
Once rail has been installed in each section, the rail will be ‘live’ and construction trains will be intermittently passing across the level crossing.
For your continued safety, please ensure you obey all signage at level crossings.
Use of machinery in the works area, may include:
- tamping machine
- dump trucks
- water carts
- rail saw
- rail grinders
- concrete pumps
- hand tools
- stressing machine
- rail clippers
- vibrating screeds
- small petrol-powered clipping machines
- rail tensors
- light vehicles
Phone: 1800 732 761
Post: Inland Rail, GPO Box 14, Sydney NSW 2001
June 29, 2022
My farm, my community initiative helps to tackle rural crime
Police and community members in the regional council area of Goondiwindi, which includes parts of Inland Rail’s QLD/NSW Border to Gowrie project, have joined forces to tackle crime in the area, thanks in part to support from Inland Rail.
June 28, 2022
Inland Rail helps to inspire and educate students in STEM
Over three days in June at Narrabri’s Crossing Theatre, more than 400 students from across northwest NSW participated in fun and educational workshops as part of the Science and Engineering Challenge, hosted by the University of Newcastle and sponsored by Inland Rail.