About Moorabool Wind Farm.

The Project consists of 104 wind turbines located approximately 25km south east of Ballarat. The project will produce up to 312 MW, approximately 1,050,000 MWh of electricity annually. This is enough renewable energy to power the equivalent of 228,000 average Victorian homes every year, representing approximately 10% of Victorian homes.

The project is divided into two sections, North and South.

50 wind turbines are constructed in the Northern Section and 54 turbines are currently under construction in the Southern Section. A total of 104. All turbines proposed are 169m to the tip of the blade.

Construction began in July 2018 and the wind farm commenced partial operation in late 2020.

Goldwind Australia is a signatory to the CEC Best Practice Charter for Renewable Energy Projects.

Please contact us if you have any questions or comments on the project.

 

The maps below illustrates the progress at Moorabool North Wind Farm and Moorabool South Wind Farm as of October 2021.

 

Road Resurfacing - October 2021

Mount Wallace Ballark Road and Bungeeltap South Road will be resurfaced between early October and late November 2021. This will involve road closures, diversions and speed reductions along sections of the roads for a period of time.

Click here for further details.

 

Construction Update - October 2021

The latest Construction Update is now available. Click here to view.

 

Moorabool North Community Fund - Round Two.

Successful Applicants Announced

Moorabool north wind farm Community Fund Round Two has now closed.

Successful applicants have been announced Visit the Community Fund page for more details.