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Millmerran students pictured with CSQ trainers and Inland Rail’s Mark Dade.

October 21, 2021

Millmerran students try a trade

Twenty Millmerran students had the opportunity to try their hand at rail skills, electrical work and bricklaying at a skills development workshop held on 6 October 2021 at Millmerran State School.

Members of the Hope Horizons Cancer Wellness Centre committee dressed in roaring twenties style for the All Aboard for Hope event sponsored by Inland Rail

September 3, 2021

All Aboard for Hope a roaring success

Hope Horizons Cancer Wellness Centre has provided free allied health services to more than 500 cancer patients and their carers from Toowoomba and surrounds during its three years of operation. We were proud to support their recent Gatsby-themed event, All Aboard for Hope, to raise awareness and funds for this vital service.

Aerial view of sleepers being laid on a section of the Inland Rail alignment

September 3, 2021

Sketching out the Inland Rail Delivery Strategy

In September 2020, we announced the Inland Rail Delivery Strategy. This included a change to our procurement process to make it more collaborative, projects smaller and less complicated, and with more opportunities for industry to participate.

Large group of Indigenous students from Harristown State High School gathered at the Young Dreaming workshop

September 3, 2021

Helping Indigenous students dream big at Harristown High

Thomas Draper is a man on a mission to share his story of hope and resilience with Indigenous youth to help reduce the rate of suicide amongst his people. We’re proud to support the delivery of his motivational program, Young Dreaming, at schools across the region.

Local civil works subcontractor standing with machinery used to build Inland Rail

September 3, 2021

It’s time to get ‘Inland Rail-ready’

Most of the benefits of Inland Rail will be felt in Queensland, with a forecast of about $7.8 billion in gross state product and nearly 12,000 direct and indirect jobs generated. With plenty of opportunities for involvement, now’s the time to get Inland Rail-ready.

Proposed grade separation at Chamberlain Road, Gowrie Mountain

September 3, 2021

Border to Gowrie EIS update

The draft Border to Gowrie Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) was published by the Queensland Coordinator-General (CG) earlier this year. During this time, members of the community were given an opportunity to view the draft EIS and make a submission, with more than 500 submissions received.

Representatives of the Australian Rail Track Corporation and preferred civil works proponent BHQ Consortium

September 3, 2021

Preferred Civil Works Program proponent awarded

The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) has taken another step towards construction of Inland Rail in Queensland following an agreement with a locally owned and operated joint venture for civil works within the Border to Gowrie section.

Gundy Rugby Union Football Club

June 30, 2021

Local games made in the shade at Goondiwindi Rugby Union Football Club

Up to 200 of Goondiwindi Rugby Union Football Club’s loyal supporters will now be able to cheer on their local team in greater comfort thanks to a new shaded area funded in part by Inland Rail.

Students from the Toowoomba USQ SEC Millmerran High

June 30, 2021

Millmerran State School students on track with STEM

The Inland Rail Skills Academy was proud to support a team of students from Millmerran State School at the second annual STEM on Track challenge at the University of Southern Queensland’s Toowoomba Campus earlier this month.

Visualisation of the Southbrook area

June 30, 2021

Border to Gowrie project update June 2021

Submissions on the draft Border to Gowrie Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) are currently being considered by the Queensland Coordinator-General (CG).

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