Biala Wind Farm Turbine Delivery Information

We will soon begin transporting the wind turbine components from Port Kembla near Wollongong to the wind farm site. The delivery route is approximately 233km from Port Kembla to Biala Wind Farm.

There will be approximately 350 components delivered over a five to six-month period using specialist trucks. We are currently making the final arrangements with Roads and Maritime Services, the Upper Lachlan Shire Council and NSW Police who will escort the larger deliveries.

We expect deliveries to commence in Mid-March 2020 with each delivery leaving Port Kembla in the early morning, scheduled to arrive in Goulburn by 5.30am. Deliveries will occur daily from Monday to Saturday each week for 20 weeks.

Between 6am and 9am deliveries are scheduled to travel along the Hume Highway Southern Interchange through Goulburn, north along Crookwell-Goulburn Road and will then bypass Crookwell town centre to travel along Grange Road, Cullen Street, Kialla Road, and Range Road connecting to Grabben Gullen Road before arriving at site.

Delays to road users may be experienced in Goulburn between 5:30am and 6am and between Goulburn and the wind farm from 6:00am to 9:00am whilst the components are being transported. The timeframe is subject to change depending on final arrangements and local conditions on the day.

We recommend you download our turbine delivery fact sheet below which includes further information regarding deliveries and a map of the delivery route.

If you live on, or use the roads that we will be delivering along, we strongly recommend you subscribe to our free text messaging service. This provides up to date information regarding wind turbine deliveries and other wind farm activities that may cause inconvenience to road users. Please email us on [email protected] or call 1800 370 045 to leave a message and we will call you back to subscribe you for this service.

We will post regular updates regarding deliveries below in the Delivery News section.

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Delivery News

25th March 2020

The first turbine blade arrived onsite today. Thanks for your patience. Deliveries will continue through until Saturday. There will be no deliveries on Sunday. Deliveries will restart on Monday (30/03/20). For more information, call 1800 370 045 or click here.

 

23rd March 2020

Turbine component deliveries are expected to commence on Wednesday this week. Up to 20 deliveries per week are expected to occur from Mon-Sat. Deliveries will travel from Port Kembla to Goulburn via the Hume Hwy, onwards to Crookwell via Crookwell-Goulburn Road, bypassing the Crookwell town centre via Grange Rd, Cullen St, Kialla Rd and Range Rd through to Grabben Gullen Rd and arriving at site. A route map can be downloaded from here.

Deliveries of oversize components are expected to arrive in Goulburn at 5:30am. Between 6am and 9am they will travel from Goulburn to the wind farm site. Please consider using alternative routes where possible during these times to avoid delays. We are grateful to the community for their patience. For more information call 1800 370 045.

 

18th March 2020

BJCE Australia would like to advise the local community that turbine component deliveries scheduled to arrive tomorrow (19/03/2020) have been delayed until next week. We will continue to keep you updated. For more information about the turbine deliveries, click here or call 1800 370 045.

 

13th March 2020

Turbine component delivery is expected to commence Thursday 19th March. Approx 350. Components will be delivered on specialist trucks from Port Kembla to the wind farm for 20 weeks. Up to 20 deliveries per week are expected to occur from Mon-Sat. We will continue to provide regular updates. A fact sheet can be downloaded from our website www.bialawindfarm.com. For more information call 1800 370 045.

Deliveries will travel from Port Kembla to Goulburn via the Hume Hwy, onwards to Crookwell via Crookwell-Goulburn Road, bypassing the Crookwell town centre via Grange Rd, Cullen St, Kialla Rd and Range Rd through to Grabben Gullen Rd and arriving at site. A map can be downloaded from our website. Delays can be expected and we are grateful to the community for their patience.

Deliveries of oversize components are expected to arrive in Goulburn at 5:30am. Between 6am and 9am they will travel from Goulburn to the wind farm site. Please consider using alternative routes where possible during these times to avoid delays.


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