From local jobs and business opportunities to scholarships and community funding, we are giving back to the regions that support Inland Rail.
More than 21,500 jobs during peak construction
More than $18 billion boost to the Australian economy
More than $1 billion in contracts already awarded
More than $380k already funded to community groups
11 scholarships already awarded to regional undergraduate students
Work with us
It takes a big team to make one of Australia’s biggest infrastructure projects a reality. Discover the benefits of working with Inland Rail, explore technical and professional job opportunities, learn how to find construction jobs, and meet some of the team.
Do business with us
Building in regional communities means supporting regional economies.
Our contractors work with smaller contractors to deliver a variety of goods, works and services. Find out how your business can join the Inland Rail supply chain.
Apply for funding
We believe in giving back to the communities that will one day be home to Inland Rail.
Whether you want us to sponsor your local festival or help upgrade your meeting space, we are here to help. Learn how to apply for funding.
Opportunities for Indigenous communities
We acknowledge that Inland Rail will be built and operated on the traditional lands of many Indigenous nations and their communities. We are committed to working in partnership with Indigenous communities to create meaningful opportunities that deliver lasting benefits.
December 23, 2020
Inland Rail to deliver more jobs and local spend
New modelling undertaken by the Australian Rail Track Corporation in 2020 shows Inland Rail will deliver more for Australia during construction and operation.
December 22, 2020
SMK and Goondiwindi Men’s Shed join forces to supply Inland Rail
We’re committed to using local content and maximising the spread of local economic benefit, wherever possible. Goondiwindi survey business, SMK Consultants, is using stakes and pegs made by their local men’s shed for the Narrabri to North Star section of Inland Rail.
December 22, 2020
Training gets Toomelah ‘Inland Rail-ready’
We’re partnering with Indigenous communities right along the alignment to facilitate opportunities to get ‘Inland Rail-ready’. Earlier this month, we joined with Toomelah Local Aboriginal Land Council and LDO Group to run heavy machinery training for locals ahead of construction.