King Rocks Wind Farm

King Rocks Wind Farm

The King Rocks Wind Farm will have up to 30 wind turbines with capacity which will have the capacity to generate up to 150 megawatts (MW) of electricity.

The project will also involve construction of associated infrastructure such as roads, transmission lines and substation facilities.

The project is to be is located in the eastern Wheatbelt region of Western Australia in the Shire of Kondinin. The project site is approximately 35 kilometres north-east of Hyden and 350 kilometres east of Perth.

Key Dates

2024 Expected Contract Award
2025 Expected Construction Commencement
2026 Expected Construction Completion


Procuring Agency: Synergy


2009 King Rocks Wind Farm was first identified in 2009 by Verve Energy, with the proposal supported by over 10-years of wind monitoring data.
Jul 2022 Synergy submitted a proposal to the WA Environmental Protection Authority to develop the wind farm 35 kilometres north east of Hyden in the WA Wheatbelt. The proposal put forth up to 30 wind turbines generating up to 150 megawatts, electrical substations and switchyards.
Aug 2022 The WA Environmental Protection Authority assessed that the likely environmental effects of the proposal are not so significant as to warrant formal assessment.
Nov 2023 Site approvals were finalised, including completion of a Major Infrastructure Proposal Assessment by Infrastructure WA.
Estimated Total Cost
Procurement approach
Market Led Proposal |
Western Australia |