Wooroora Station Wind Farm

Hear from the project’s Traditional Owners and lead ecologist about the design evolution of Wooroora Station Wind Farm to achieve nature positive outcomes and the opportunities it presents for local First Nations people.

The project area is within Wooroora Pastoral Station, a cattle grazing property about 15 km south of Ravenshoe in north Queensland. The project involves 42 wind turbines with a generation capacity of 294 megawatts of clean renewable energy.

Wooroora Station Wind Farm - Project Overview

The proposal is subject to rigorous assessment by both the Queensland and Australian Governments. The development application was approved by the Queensland Government in 2022 and the Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water will assess the proposal through a Public Environment Report.

Questions and feedback are welcome at any time. The project has a local information hub at 55 Grigg St, Ravenshoe, open weekly on Thursdays and by appointment. Or contact the project team at any time via email or the online feedback form.

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