We are committed to working with landowners and stakeholders in the Albury to Illabo area to receive their feedback as we progress our planning.

To date, our team has spoken with many affected landowners, neighbours and communities and received lots of valuable feedback. Locals have been generous in sharing their knowledge of the area through one-on-one discussions, briefings, meetings, workshops, surveys, research and comments on the interactive map on our website.

As part of the ongoing design process and environmental assessment, we will continue to engage with the community about proposed works along the existing rail corridor between Albury and Illabo.

These conversations will focus on:

  • how the proposed enhancement works will sit in the local environment
  • how changes may affect the way you travel in your community
  • what you can expect to see and hear as a result of double-stacked freight train operation.


There are no open consultations.

There are no closed consultations.

Consultations will be carried out within the health and communication guidelines in place in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, as we are adapting our engagement practices to protect the health of the local community and our team.

Leave your feedback on the interactive map

We have developed an interactive map of the current project design. Drop a pin on the map to add your comment. Your feedback will help us get a better understanding of key issues from a community perspective.

Have your say

Your consultative committee

A Community Consultative Committee (CCC) provides a forum to share project information, discuss topics of interest, and address any issues or community concerns. Importantly, it also provides an opportunity for community representatives to share their knowledge and experience on key issues with the Inland Rail team.

CCCs will be established for local communities in the Albury to Illabo area once we receive environmental assessment requirements from the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.

Learn more about CCCs

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