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The Liverpool Range Wind Farm will help reduce Australia’s carbon footprint by approximately 2.5 million tonnes every year while supplying enough power for up to 570,000 dwellings across NSW. With more clean, renewable energy powering the state, the Project will contribute to driving down the cost of electricity, while bringing jobs and economic development to the region.

Project Overview

The Liverpool Range Wind Farm was first approved by state and federal governments in 2018. Tilt Renewables acquired the Project in 2019 and while working closely with host landowners, neighbours and the community, has continued to refine and optimise the layout to take advantage of improvements in wind turbine technology. The latest turbines, while larger, are more efficient, meaning the Project could be built with fewer turbines.

In September 2022 a Modification Application was submitted to the NSW Department of Planning and Environment, now named Department of Planning, Housing and Infrastructure (DPHI), for the Liverpool Range Wind Farm (Mod-1 Project). In response to submissions received during the public exhibition period we have made a number of changes to the Project. These changes are reflected in the Response to Submissions (RTS) Report, the Amendment Report and updated environmental impact assessments, all of which are available to view on the NSW Major Projects portal. The reports will be assessed by DPHI who will then make a determination on the Modification Application.

We are also seeking Commonwealth approval under a separate approvals process under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. The Project will be assessed by way of Public Environment Report (PER) which will be subject to a public exhibition process managed by the Commonwealth Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW). Further details on the timing of this will be provided.


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

News and Updates

Amendment to include Temporary Workforce Accommodation (TWA) Facility

We have amended the Modification Application to include a Temporary Workforce Accommodation (TWA) Facility approximately 3 km from Coolah. We have included it so it can be assessed as part of the Liverpool Range Wind Farm project.

The amendment was placed on public exhibition by the NSW Department of Planning, Housing and Infrastructure (DPHI) between 31 January - 13 February 2024. We are now reviewing the submissions made during this period and preparing a formal Response to Submissions Report.

You can view the Amendment as part of the Modification Application here: MOD 1 - Turbine and infrastructure changes | Department of Planning Housing and Infrastructure (

Detailed information about the proposed TWA Facility is also available at our Coolah Shopfront (50 Binnia Street) and the Cassilis Post Office.

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).

Visit us at the Coolah Shopfront: 50 Binnia Street, Coolah.

Open Monday – Friday, 8.30am – 4.30pm

If the shop is unattended it means we are onsite. Please call us and we will arrange a time to meet you there.

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

You can find Tilt Renewables' Complaints Handling Procedure here.