Calvert to Kagaru flythrough NCalvert to Kagaru flythrough November 2018
The Calvert to Kagaru (C2K) section is one of 13 projects that complete Inland Rail. This section of Inland Rail is in Queensland and involves the design and construction of approximately 53km of new dual gauge track. The connection will provide convenient access for freight to major proposed industrial developments at Ebenezer in the City of Ipswich, and at Bromelton near Beaudesert in the Scenic Rim Region.
Gowrie to Helidon flythrough NGowrie to Helidon flythrough November 2018
The Gowrie to Helidon (G2H) section is one of 13 projects that complete Inland Rail. This project is in Queensland and comprises 26km of new dual gauge track between Gowrie (north-west of Toowoomba) and Helidon (east of Toowoomba). It crosses the two Local Government Areas of Toowoomba and Lockyer Valley. G2H will include a new 6.38km tunnel to create an efficient route through the steep terrain of the Toowoomba Range.
Helidon to Calvert flythrough Helidon to Calvert flythrough November 2018
The Helidon to Calvert (H2C) section is one of 13 projects that complete Inland Rail. This project is in Queensland and comprises a new dual gauge rail line connecting Helidon (east of Toowoomba) with Calvert (near Ipswich), via Placid Hills, Gatton, Forest Hill, Laidley and Grandchester. It crosses the two Local Government Areas of Lockyer Valley and Ipswich City. This 47km section will include a new 1.1km tunnel to create an efficient route through the steep terrain of the Little Liverpool Range.
Inland Rail - ConnectInland Rail - Connect
Inland Rail Narrabri to North Inland Rail Narrabri to North Star Podcast - December 2017
Perspectives on Inland RailPerspectives on Inland Rail
ARTC: We exist to keep AustralARTC: We exist to keep Australia moving
Video of ARTC's corporate video, We exist to keep Australia moving
Parkes to Narromine EIS CommunParkes to Narromine EIS Community Information Session, July 2017
Members of the Inland Rail team held a series of information sessions in the Parkes area for the local community to ask questions and chat to the team about the EIS and the project.