About Stockyard Hill

The project consists of 157 approved wind turbines located approximately 35 km west of Ballarat. The Stockyard Hill Wind Farm has the potential to harness one of Victoria’s best wind resources and will provide substantial environmental, community and economic benefits. We are currently working towards completing the planning permit conditions.

The Project

The Minister for Planning has approved the planning applications for the proposed Stockyard Hill Wind Farm.

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Community

Stockyard Hill Wind Farm recognises the importance of community consultation and encourages the community to have their say...

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Environment

Stockyard Hill Wind Farm will contribute a sustainable form of energy to the national electricity market.


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Network Connection

Origin has received approval for a terminal station site to the south of Lismore in February 2013.

The terminal station site provides the connection point for renewable energy generated at the Stockyard Hill Wind Farm to the national electricity grid.

  • Project news

      Origin recently lodged a planning permit amendment application for the Stockyard Hill Wind Farm with the Victorian Government, primarily to increase the tip height to 180 metres.

      If approved, the amendment would result in a reduction of 8 wind turbines from the 157 locations approved in the existing planning permit. Please find below the project map associated with showing the amended project design.

      Origin also lodged planning permit applications for an on-site quarry and native vegetation removal associated with the overhead 132 kV powerlines required to connect the wind farm to the 500 kV network south of Lismore.

      Please find below summary guides for the application and amendment application.

      View the amended Wind Energy Facility Indicative Layout Plan