About the Wind Farm
White Rock Wind Farm is located in the New England Tablelands approximately 20 km west of Glen Innes and 40 km east of Inverell. The wind farm is located at the junctions of the Glen Innes, Inverell and Guyra Shires. The wind farm is located south of the Gwydir Highway.
The NSW Government has approved construction and operation of up to 119 wind turbines and the project is being constructed in stages.
Stage One of the project consists of 70 turbines, producing 175 MW of clean renewable electricity which is enough to power approximately 105,000 NSW homes annually. Stage One of the project is now fully operational.
Stage Two of the project will consist of up to 48 additional turbines, producing up to 216 MW of clean renewable electricity. Planning for the construction of Stage Two is currently underway.
The White Rock Wind Farm team aims to keep the local community informed about the project, including any significant activities or events, and community initiatives.
If you have any enquiries about the project please contact us and one of the project team members will get back to you shortly.
Consent for Stage Two of White Rock Wind Farm was granted by the IPC on 13th December 2019. Work is now underway on pre-construction activities, with the aim of starting construction late 2020/early 2021.
CCC Expressions of Interest
White Rock Wind Farm is seeking expressions of interest from community representatives to serve on the Community Consultative Committee (CCC) for Stage 2. In selecting community representatives, preference will be given to candidates who can represent all interest groups and the interests of their broader community.