Community consultation

Landholder conversations

We’re currently meeting with landowners across Gippsland to discuss possible routes for underground transmission cables, which will connect the offshore wind farm to the Latrobe Valley. We’ll share more information about this work in April as well as collecting community feedback to help shape the project.

Below are some fact sheets with further information, please get in touch with us on 1800 340 340 or email us at info@starofthesouth.com.au if you've got any questions or concerns.

Commonly asked questions

Easement layout and use

Becoming a landholder partner

April community consultation

Due to the serious and evolving coronavirus situation, we've decided to cancel our community sessions planned in April. The health and safety of our staff and the community is our number one priority.

Despite these challenges, work is still continuing on Australia's first offshore wind project.

We still want to collect your feedback to help shape the project. We'll be sending out a project newsletter to properties in Gippsland in April with updates on our site investigations, planning approvals process and the potential transmission routes.

We'll use an online and hard copy survey to get feedback, plus more information will be available on our website and in fact sheets we can mailout.

You can also call us to talk through your feedback and share any local knowledge or email us.

If you've any concerns or questions, please get in touch. For regular updates, follow us on Facebook at Star of the South Project.

Consultation report

Thanks to everyone who came to our community information sessions in September 2019. We had lots of great conversations and enjoyed listening to your feedback on the project.

We generally heard a lot of support for the Star of the South, which was largely driven by the opportunities offshore wind could bring to Gippsland communities. We also heard about potential issues and concerns that should be taken into consideration as we progress our planning work.

Read the report.

Landholder conversations

We’re currently meeting with landowners across Gippsland to discuss possible routes for underground transmission cables, which will connect the offshore wind farm to the Latrobe Valley. We’ll share more information about this work in April as well as collecting community feedback to help shape the project.

Below are some fact sheets with further information, please get in touch with us on 1800 340 340 or email us at info@starofthesouth.com.au if you've got any questions or concerns.

Commonly asked questions

Easement layout and use

Becoming a landholder partner

April community consultation

Due to the serious and evolving coronavirus situation, we've decided to cancel our community sessions planned in April. The health and safety of our staff and the community is our number one priority.

Despite these challenges, work is still continuing on Australia's first offshore wind project.

We still want to collect your feedback to help shape the project. We'll be sending out a project newsletter to properties in Gippsland in April with updates on our site investigations, planning approvals process and the potential transmission routes.

We'll use an online and hard copy survey to get feedback, plus more information will be available on our website and in fact sheets we can mailout.

You can also call us to talk through your feedback and share any local knowledge or email us.

If you've any concerns or questions, please get in touch. For regular updates, follow us on Facebook at Star of the South Project.

Consultation report

Thanks to everyone who came to our community information sessions in September 2019. We had lots of great conversations and enjoyed listening to your feedback on the project.

We generally heard a lot of support for the Star of the South, which was largely driven by the opportunities offshore wind could bring to Gippsland communities. We also heard about potential issues and concerns that should be taken into consideration as we progress our planning work.

Read the report.