AusNet Services announces the proposed single overhead corridor

In February 2021, AusNet Services refined the area of interest for the proposed overhead transmission line in western Victoria down to multiple corridor options.

On 30 June 2021, AusNet Services released details for the proposed single overhead corridor.

The purpose of determining the proposed single overhead corridor is to focus on a smaller, more practical area to undertake intense field investigations for the Environment Effects Statement (EES).

For further information about the corridor, including a detailed map, click here. All fact sheets, including the transmission corridor fact sheet, are available on the right of this page.

You can also contact the project team directly on 03 9021 0674 or email

WVTNP Single Preferred corridor
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The Corridors and Next Steps

AUSNET’s Next Steps

According to AUSNET, the identified corridors and other project alternatives will be subject to further consideration of specific environmental effects including biodiversity and habitat, cultural heritage, landscape and visual, land use, socioeconomic, community amenity, health and safety, roads and transport, catchment values and hydrology. Through the Community Consultation Groups and information sessions, the community will have the opportunity to provide feedback on the corridors and alternative options as per the specific environmental effects listed above.

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