General Information

Gullen Range Wind Farm will hold a Community Open Day from 11am to 3pm on Sunday, 16th October, which will align with the Clean Energy Council’s Australia wide wind farm open day. The Open day will be a great opportunity for the community to visit the largest operating wind farm in New South Wales.

Come and see how a wind farm operates, experience what it’s like to get up close to a wind turbine and find out more about wind energy at our Open day.

The family friendly event will feature:

  • A mini-bus tour of the wind farm
  • Children’s activities: facepainting, competitions and craft
  • Information displays about the wind farm in the marquee
  • Crookwell Lion’s Club BBQ
  • Crookwell Public School P&C Refreshments Stall
  • Ice cream van

 

Colouring-in Competition

We are also running a colouring-in competition for pre-schoolers, infants (K-2) and primary (3-6). Taking part is easy! The sheet will be available at the Open day and you can also download it here.

 

How to get to Gullen Range Wind Farm

You can drive to the wind farm or catch a bus from Crookwell.

Bus:

A complimentary bus will be leaving from the Memorial Park and Oval in Crookwell at 10.00am, 11.30am and 1.00pm. Parking will be available on nearby streets. You can see a map of the bus pick up point on our flyer here. Crookwell is approximately 45km from the Hume Highway at Goulburn.

Buses will return to Crookwell from the wind farm at 12:15pm (arrives Crookwell at 1:00pm), 1:45pm (arrives Crookwell at 2:30pm) and 3:15pm (arrives Crookwell at 4:00pm).

Driving:

Parking spaces for visitors will be limited on site, so we strongly recommend that you register here for a parking spot to avoid disappointment.

The Community Open day will be located at Storriers Lane, Bannister. A map with directions to the wind farm from Goulburn (located near the Hume highway) can be downloaded here.

Please contact us if anyone in your vehicle requires assistance.

Please take care when driving to and from the site. The roads to the wind farm are small country roads and there will be more traffic than normal. Some of the roads are unsealed surfaces and may have potholes

If you are travelling from afar, consider taking a look at historic Crookwell while you are in the area. Crookwell is a lovely town and there are plenty of places to stop for a cup of coffee or a bite to eat. Check the ‘Visit Upper Lachlan’ website here for more information on attractions in Crookwell.

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