Wagga Wagga Mayor Greg Conkey

October 23, 2020

Working with our community partners – Wagga City Council

The Inland Rail project is critical infrastructure for Wagga Wagga City Council to ensure the economic future of its people and communities.

Inland Rail scholarship recipient Hannah Davies

October 23, 2020

Inland Rail Scholarships supporting aspiring local students

The Inland Rail Scholarships program offers undergraduate degree students living near the Inland Rail alignment financial assistance of $5,000 per year of study. Applications are now open for students studying at Charles Sturt University in 2021.

Kurrajong Waratah Community Engagement Manger Cathie Smith

October 23, 2020

Hildasid Farm community garden lifts spirits

An Inland Rail grant has allowed disability service provider Kurrajong to add an all-weather shelter to its Hildasid Farm in Wagga.

Inland Rail employee Steve Jumaily

October 23, 2020

Meet the team – Steve Jumaily

Our project engineering team for the Southern NSW projects has enormous amounts of experience and are critical to ensuring we meet our project plans. 

Rail bridge over a road

October 23, 2020

October 2020 project update for Albury to Illabo

Inland Rail has appointed engineering consultancy WSP Australia to deliver the reference design and accompanying primary approvals documentation for the Albury to Illabo project.

Rail tracks

June 3, 2020

Albury to Illabo Project update June 2020

The Albury to Illabo project is currently in Reference Design stage and was classified as State Significant Infrastructure (SSI) by the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment in May.

Railway bridge over Oura Road, New South Wales.

June 3, 2020

Proposals in train to connect the Riverina to Inland Rail

A refrigeration hub in Parkes, an expanded intermodal facility in Wagga Wagga and an upgrade to the Stockinbingal to Griffith rail line are among the local ideas earmarked for further development under the Australian Government’s $44 million Inland Rail Interface Improvement Program.

Rail tracks.

June 2, 2020

Field trip for our new team

As the proverb states: “Men don't build on strange ground”.

Inland Rail employee working on a computer at a desk in an office environment

June 2, 2020

Inland Rail’s $13.3 billion value add to boost regional Australia

A new report has reinforced how Inland Rail will better link businesses, farmers and producers to national and global markets and generate new opportunities for industries and regions.

ARTC employee

May 25, 2020

Working with our community partners – Temora Shire Council

Temora Shire Council has been working with Inland Rail for about a year to prepare its residents and businesses for the exciting changes to come with this once-in-a-generation infrastructure project.

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