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The Rye Park Wind Farm is located to the north of Yass and east of Boorowa, New South Wales, on the edge of the Southern Tablelands and the South West Slopes near the township of Rye Park.

Project Overview

The Rye Park Wind Farm is an approved $700 million development north of Yass and east of Boorowa, near the township of Rye Park.

Located on a long ridgeline running north-south at right angles to the prevailing wind direction, it provides a reliable source of wind.

The project area spans the Hilltops, Upper Lachlan and Yass Valley local government areas, located 11 km north-east of Yass on predominately stock farming land.

The wind farm would connect to the National Electricity Market via TransGrid’s 330kV Yass to Gullen Range Line via a new 330kV connection substation.

The site has been selected for its exposed windy ridges, grazing land and proximity to the national electricity grid.

Please find a map of the indicative development layout below:

The wind farm is approved for up to 77 wind turbines with a maximum tip height of 200 meters, following the recent decision on the modification to the Development Consent.

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News and Updates

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Contact Details

For further information on the Rye Park Wind Farm please contact the project team at or on 1800 WE TILT (938 458).

If you have a complaint, please contact us at or on 1800 306 118.

You can find Tilt Renewables' Complaints Handling Procedure here.