Inland Rail consists of 13 individual projects across Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. Seven of the projects will be in NSW.
The Parkes to Narromine section is an upgrade of existing rail corridor extending approximately 106 kilometres from the Goobang Junction at Parkes to south of Narromine
This project also includes approximately 5 kilometres of new rail connection at the southern end of the proposed site near Parkes to connect to the Broken Hill line. Three new passing loops will also be constructed within the existing rail corridor at Goonumbla, Peak Hill and Timjelly.
The development proposal is on public exhibition from 19 July to 18 August 2017 and your feedback is invited. Submissions must be received by 18 August 2017 to be considered.
To make a submission:
All submissions will be made public in line with the Department’s objective to promote an open and transparent planning system. If you wish to maintain your privacy, please state this clearly at the top of your submission and do not include any of your personal information in the body your submission or in any attachments. Before making a submission, please read our privacy statement.
To find out more about Inland Rail in general, you can:
To find out more about the EIS for Inland Rail – Parkes to Narromine, you can:
For a visual view of the project, refer to the Parkes to Narromine project map.
To learn more about the Inland Rail project, you can:
Page last updated: 23/08/2017