Translation services and literacy support
If you need help with reading the EIS documents, or if English is your second language, please call 131 450. This is a free service.
Gowrie to Helidon draft EIS presentation video
View a video of the presentations delivered by the EIS subject matter experts at the Gowrie to Calvert CCC meeting on Tuesday 24 August 2021.
The presentations cover 11 chapters from the draft EIS. Use the chapters listed in the video description to skip to the topic you’re interested in.
Draft EIS summary of findings
The Gowrie to Helidon summary of findings provides a high-level overview of each chapter of the draft EIS. It summarises the major findings of the technical studies and shows where in the EIS more detailed information can be found.
New project noise map
We have mapped noise modelling results for railway operations in 2027.
There are currently no upcoming consultation events.
Your consultative committee
Two Community Consultative Committees (CCCs) have been established for local communities in the Gowrie to Helidon area.
These CCCs provide a forum to share project information, discuss topics of interest, and address any issues or community concerns.
Importantly, they also provide an opportunity for community representatives to share their knowledge and experience on key issues with the Inland Rail team.
View the project interactive map
We have developed an interactive map of the current project design. The map is currently closed for comment while the draft EIS is on public display.
June 15, 2022
Gowrie to Kagaru groundwater bore survey underway
ARTC is undertaking a groundwater bore survey for properties that may be impacted by the Gowrie to Kagaru projects of the Inland Rail program.
June 15, 2022
Requesting 2022 flood images
Following the rain and flooding events this year, ARTC is undertaking studies to understand how properties were impacted and incorporate any new information such as new peak flow levels into project designs.
May 31, 2022
Koala genetics study investigations underway
In the coming months, Inland Rail is studying koala populations along eight sections of the Inland Rail program. The koala genetics study is a partnership between Inland Rail, Environmental Resources Management Australia (ERM) and the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC).