curve-left home-curve-left

The Liverpool Range Wind Farm will reduce Australia’s carbon footprint by approximately 2,900,000 tonnes every year while supplying enough power for up to 670,000 dwellings across NSW. Bringing investment and jobs to the region, we will work with our host landowners and neighbours to support the growth of the community around the wind farm.

Project Overview

The proposed Liverpool Range Wind Farm would generate enough clean energy for approximately 477,000 dwellings. At full output, the Modified Project would help maintain power for the community by helping offset the upcoming closure of the Liddell Power Station while providing clean, renewable energy.

The Project would be located between Coolah and Cassilis townships, crossing three council areas, Warrumbungle Shire, Upper Hunter Shire and Mid-Western Regional Council.

Liverpool Range Wind Farm was first approved by state and federal governments in 2018. Tilt Renewables acquired the Project in 2019 and has continued to refine the Project to take advantage of improvements in wind turbine technology while updating the turbine layout, access tracks and supporting infrastructure.

The latest turbines, while larger, are more efficient, meaning the Project could be built with fewer turbines while powering approximately 670,000 homes with clean energy.

Please use the links below to click through and explore the details of the Liverpool Range Wind Farm project.

Local procurement

To register interest in providing goods or services please click the link below and complete the form. Procurement is not done directly by Tilt Renewables, however, we regularly share the Goods & Services Register with our relevant project delivery partners.


Contact Us

For further information on the Liverpool Range 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.