The Centre of Australia’s Transport Future
“The vision is huge, and the opportunity is absolutely immense.”
Cr Ken Keith OAM - Mayor, Parkes Shire
Uniquely positioned at the intersection of the East West rail line, the North South Newell Highway and soon, the new $10 billion Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail. This is a game changer and this is the only place where is all comes together. Major logistics, manufacturing, warehousing and distribution opportunities are now available in Parkes. We welcome your enquiry.
Faster, cheaper, easier.
It all adds up
What the industry leaders are saying
"The first project will be constructing the Parkes to Narromine section & our plans to start construction there are in the second quarter of 2018."
Peter Winder - Executive for Inland Rail program, ARTC
"The $35m will be made up of approx. $17m to build a terminal here which will form part and be adjacent to the Inland Rail route and $18m on supporting rolling stock."
Dean Della Valle - CEO, Pacific National
"With the expansion of Asian markets the opportunities are just immense. We’ve been waiting for this for years."
Wayne Dunford - Chairman Economics and Farm Business committee, National Farmers Federation.
“ALC estimates that for every 1% increase in supply chain efficiency, there’ll be a $2 billion benefit to the national economy.”
Michael Kilgariff - Managing Director, Australian Logistics Council
Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail project gaining momentum Australia’s largest rail freight operator, Pacific National, has in the last year committed $35 million to develop […]Read More
Construction of the once-in-a-generation Inland Rail officially began today, boosting jobs, creating vital infrastructure and strengthening the economy. The Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack turned […]Read More
Construction of the Parkes to Narromine section of Inland Rail in NSW is imminent with Planning Approval granted today following two years of environmental assessment […]Read More
With the first track for Inland Rail due to be laid in the Central West soon, community members are encouraged to learn more about Inland […]Read More