Big deliveries planned for new wind farm
Starting on Monday 30 September, around 372 oversize loads – wind turbine towers, blades, nacelles and other components – will be transported almost 200 kilometres from Burnie to the wind farm site. With an average of four trucks per day, deliveries are expected to take around six months to complete.
View our Transport Fact Sheet for more information.
Oversize items will be transported to site between the hours of 3am and 11am, Monday to Saturday, or six days of the week. Deliveries will not occur on Sundays and Public Holidays.
A delivery schedule will be published here once the transport program has commenced.
Oversize items will be transported on trucks 193km along an approved route from the Port of Burnie to the Granville Harbour Wind Farm site.
Estimated times of departure from key locations – please note these timings are subject to change.
Big things can’t be rushed
With a level of development never before seen across Tasmania, the Department of State Growth has created a video about staying safe when big things are on the road.
|Burnie to Wind Farm Site|| Bass Highway
Old Surrey Road
For more information, including advice on watching the big moves, please visit the DSG website.