Site Location and Layout
The Collgar Wind Farm is located approximately 25km south east of Merredin in Western Australia. The wind farm site comprises of approximately 18,000 hectares of private freehold land.
A turbine layout was prepared based on the technical assessment and community consultation undertaken during the development phase for inclusion in the planning application. The indicative layout provided was for 127 turbines; however, this layout has now been divided into two stages, the first consisting of 111 turbines, and a possible second stage of 16 turbines.
Construction of the first 111 turbines commenced in June 2010 and was completed in October 2011. The figures contained on this website relate to a project size of 111 wind turbines.
The Collgar Wind Farm Board of Directors and representatives of Collgar management visited Merredin College on Thursday 4 September to meet the Collgar VET Scholarship winners (Jamieson Mitchell-Smith and Slade Johnston) and to observe first hand some of our pre-primary students putting the primary computer room to good use.
Perth-based urban artist Darren Hutchens travelled to Merredin September 12-14, 2014 to take on a new community art project, transforming the changing rooms at the Merredin District Olympic Pool.
Study pays off: Merredin College principal Beverley Stanes, proud parent Bruce Smith, scholarship winner Jamieson Mitchell-Smith, Collgar Wind Farm chief executive officer Thomas Scott-Morey, scholarship winner Slade Johnston and Collgar site superintendent Barry Sayers.
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