On Sunday 21 October, nine wind farms around Australia will be throwing open their gates to the public for a range of fun and informative open day events.
Wind energy is playing a major part as Australia transitions towards a renewable energy future, and so far in 2018 has wind contributed approximately $2 billion in investment and created over 2,000 jobs.
Wind Farm Open Day is a great opportunity to get up close and personal with Australia’s clean energy future.
Wind farms will be opening their gates in NSW, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia.
Project: Woodlawn Wind Farm
Location: Tarago, NSW
For more event information visit Woodlawn Wind Farm’s website.
Project: White Rock Wind Farm
Location: Glen Innes, NSW
For more information visit White Rock Wind Farm’s website.
Project: Sapphire Wind Farm
Location: Inverell, NSW
For more information visit Sapphire Wind Farm’s website.
Project name: Gullen Range Wind and Solar Farm
Location: The bus tours will depart from Crookwell Hotel Motel in Crookwell
For more information visit Gullen Range Wind Farm’s website or visit the event page.
Project: Hallett Wind Farms
Location: The Mt Bryan Big Blade, Barrier Highway, Mount Bryan, SA
For more event information visit Hallett Wind Farm’s website.
Project: Bald Hills Wind Farm
Location: Tarwin Lower Mechanics Institute and Memorial Hall, River Drive, Tarwin Lower VIC 3956
For more event information visit Bald Hills Wind Farm’s website.
Project: Cape Nelson South Wind Farm
Location: Picnic Hill Memorial, Portland Cape Nelson Road, VIC
For more event information visit Cape Nelson South Wind Farm’s website.
Project: Mt Gellibrand Wind Farm
Location: Mooleric Road, Ombersley, VIC
For more event information visit Mt Gellibrand Wind Farm’s website.
Project: Salt Creek Wind Farm
Location: Woorndoo, VIC, 3272
For more information visit Salt Creek Wind Farm’s website.
Project: Mumbida Wind Farm
Location: Bus tours depart from Geraldton, WA
The Mumbida Wind Farm is approximately 40km southeast of Geraldton.
For more event information visit Mumbida Wind Farm’s website
Want to get more involved?
If you are an individual interested in advocating for wind energy in your local community or you would like to help out at any of the events on the day, get in touch with the Australian Wind Alliance.
If you are a community group interested in getting involved in a Wind Farm Open Day event contact your local wind farm via the links above.