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Status Changed   09 Mar

The NZ$316 million redevelopment of Manukau Health Park will deliver:

  • a standalone theatre block with four operating theatres
  • 20 post-anaesthesia care unit beds
  • an expanded renal dialysis service centre
  • a radiology hub, and
  • an integrated breast care service.
STATUS: Awarded
Project Updated   07 Mar

The CopperString Project is a 1,050 kilometre high-voltage overhead electricity transmission line connecting the North West Minerals Province in Mount Isa to the National Electricity Market grid south of Townsville. 

The CopperString project comprises the delivery of:

  • a 1,050-kilometre transmission line
  • four new substations, and
  • two substation extensions.

The project includes three separate stages of transmission line capacity, including:

  • a 500-kV line from Townsville to Hughenden
  • a 300-kV line from Hughenden to Cloncurry, and
  • a 220-kV line from Cloncurry to Mount Isa.
STATUS: Awarded
Project Updated   27 Feb
part of NSW Renewable Energy Zones

The Illawarra Renewable Energy Zone (REZ) has a proposed capacity of one gigawatt of renewable energy generation. The REZ will be located in the area surrounding Wollongong to Dapto and the Shellharbour LGA.

The Federal Government has announced a potential Commonwealth Offshore Wind Project off the coast of the Illawarra which may utilise the transmission infrastructure constructed as part of this REZ. 




STATUS: Under Procurement
Status Changed   27 Feb

The Fitzroy to Gladstone Pipeline is a water pipeline in Central Queensland that will run from the Fitzroy River in Rockhampton to Gladstone. The scope of the project includes: 

  • a 117-kilometre pipeline connecting the Lower Fitzroy River into the Gladstone Area Water Board's existing network at Yarwun
  • a water treatment plant, and
  • reservoirs and pumping stations at locations along its alignment including Laurel Bank, Alton Downs and Aldoga. 

The pipeline will have the capacity to transport 30 gigalitres per annum from the Fitzroy River to Gladstone.

STATUS: Awarded
Project Updated   24 Feb
part of New England Highway Upgrade

The Muswellbrook Bypass will see the New England Highway pass to the north east of Muswellbrook. 

Transport for NSW's preferred option for the bypass is a 9.1-kilometre bypass between the New England Highway near Milpera Drive and north of Sandy Creek Road. 

The NSW Government is undertaking the progressive upgrade of the New England Highway, part of National Land Transport Network, which runs from the Hunter region to the Queensland border.

STATUS: Under Procurement
Project Added   24 Feb

Dapper Solar Farm is a proposed solar farm 35-kilometres south of Dunedoo in NSW's Central-West Orana Renewable Energy Zone. 

The project includes: 

  • a 300-megawatt capacity solar photovoltaic generating facility
  • a battery energy storage system, and
  • associated infrastructure, including grid connection.

Origin Energy purchased the project site in December 2021 and is preparing an Environmental Impact Statement for the project. 

STATUS: Prospective
Project Updated   22 Feb
part of Auckland Airport Expansion

The Auckland Airport Expansion - Transport Hub is one of the eight initial anchor projects identified in the Auckland Airport Expansion program. The project will be delivered outside the existing international terminal, and will include:

  • a new covered pick-up / drop-off area
  • valet services
  • covered car parks, including electric vehicle charging stations, connected to the terminal by an enclosed pedestrian bridge, and 
  • 1.2 megawatts of rooftop solar panels. 

The transport hub is expected to accommodate both commercial and public transport options.

As part of the August 2021 reset, the progress on major works of the Hub was expected to be governed by the pace of aviation recovery. 

STATUS: Prospective
Project Updated   21 Feb

The Waratah Super Battery Energy Storage System is a project designed to provide reserve transmission capacity and stability, rather than additional electricity storage capacity. It is intended to allow consumers to access more energy from existing electricity generators while maintaining network security. The project was announced following Origin Energy's decision to bring forward closure of the Eraring Power Station to 2025.

The scope of the works include:

  • a System Integrity Protection Scheme to reserve and deploy standby battery power to support the NSW electricity grid 
  • an approximate 700-megawatt (MW) battery energy storage system
  • connecting transmission and related infrastructure to connect to the grid
  • other ancillary infrastructure and services required for the project. 

Development of the project will be supported by an initial invesment by the NSW Government under its Transmission Acceleration Facility, and form part of the government's Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap.

The battery will be located in the Hunter-Center Coast Renewable Energy Zone. 

STATUS: Awarded

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