Inland Rail - Border to Gowrie
|EIS status||EIS active|
|Description||216 kilometre single-track dual-gauge freight railway|
|Proponent||Australian Rail Track Corporation Limited|
|Location/s||Queensland Border to Gowrie. Map|
* Project information supplied by proponent and subject to change.
Frequently asked questions
The Coordinator-General has prepared responses to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the EIS process for the Inland Rail – Border to Gowrie project.
Environmental impact statement (EIS) process
|Currently||Draft EIS and submissions being assessed.|
|14 May 2021||Coordinator-General stated a new project declaration lapse date of 1 February 2022.|
|23 January 2021 to 4 May 2021|
Draft EIS public consultation.
|15 July 2020||Coordinator-General stated a new project declaration lapse date of 27 May 2021.|
|15 May 2020||Coordinator-General stated a new project declaration lapse date of 16 July 2020.|
|16 November 2018||Terms of reference for EIS ( 315 KB) released|
|7 May - 18 June 2018||Draft Terms of reference for EIS public consultation ( 300 KB)|
|9 April 2018||Delegate for the Commonwealth Minister for the Environment and Energy decided that the project is a 'controlled action'|
|16 March 2018||Gazettal ( 251 KB) of 'coordinated project' declaration.|
|2 March 2018||Complete final initial advice statement ( 19 MB), submitted
The above has also been split into smaller documents for easier downloading:
|16 February 2018||Application, including initial advice statement submitted.|
|16 February 2018||Project referred to Commonwealth Minister for the Environment and Energy.|
Last updated: Wednesday, Jun 16, 2021