|EIS status||Approved with conditions|
|Description||A 115-kilometre pipeline to enable the transfer of 30,000 megalitres of water per annum from the lower Fitzroy River to Gladstone.|
|Proponent||Gladstone Area Water Board|
|Location/s||The pipeline will run within the proposed Stanwell-Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor for the majority of its length before connecting with existing water infrastructure in the Gladstone State Development Area. Map|
*Project information supplied by proponent and subject to change.
Environmental impact statement (EIS) process
|6 November 2015||The Coordinator-General extended the currency period for the EIS Evaluation Report from 3 February 2016 to 2 February 2018.|
|13 November 2013||The Coordinator-General extended the currency period for the EIS Evaluation Report from 3 February 2014 to 2 February 2016.|
|4 November 2011||Commonwealth Minister for the Environment's approval of controlled action, subject to conditions.|
|2 February 2010||Coordinator-General's report on EIS ( 1.29 MB) released.|
|2 June 2009||Supplementary EIS (SEIS) submitted.|
|1 November 2008 to|
15 December 2008
|Public consultation on EIS.
|30 October 2007||Terms of reference ( 367 KB) released.|
|25 August to 2007 to|
24 September 2007
|Public consultation on draft terms of reference for EIS.|
|3 August 2007||Gazettal of 'significant project' declaration ( 192 KB)|
|11 July 2007||Project deemed a controlled action by Commonwealth Minister for the Environment.|
|30 May 2007||Application, including initial advice statement ( 4.4 MB), submitted.|
Read more about the EIS process.
For more information, visit the Gladstone-Fitzroy Water Pipeline website.
Last updated: 16 Mar 2023