Nathan Dam and Pipelines project - Additional information to the environmental impact statement

Closed 7 Nov 2016

Opened 8 Oct 2016


Queensland's Coordinator-General invites you to have your say on the additional information to the environmental impact statement (AEIS) for the Nathan Dam and Pipelines project.

After assessing the environmental impact statement (EIS) and the submissions made on the EIS, the Coordinator-General asked SunWater Ltd to prepare additional information.

The additional information includes:

  • corrections, clarification and further information to that provided in the EIS
  • results from any additional studies
  • a description of any changes to the project since the EIS was released. 

The Coordinator-General will consider all properly made submissions, the EIS and the AEIS before preparing a final evaluation report recommending that the project be either approved or refused.

How to comment

There are a number of different ways to provide comments on this AEIS. You only need to provide comments using one of these methods. Replicated responses received through different methods will only be counted as one submission.  

1. Read the AEIS here


Visit one of the following display locations between 8 October 2016 and 7 November 2016 to view a printed copy of the AEIS:

  • Chinchilla Library, 80-86 Heeney Street, Chinchilla
  • Dalby Library, 107 Drayton Street, Dalby
  • Miles Library, Cnr Dawson and Murilla Streets, Miles
  • State Library of Queensland, Cultural Centre, Stanley Place, South Bank, Brisbane
  • Taroom Library, 24 Yaldwyn Street, Taroom
  • Theodore Library, The Boulevard, Theodore
  • Wandoan Library, 6 Henderson Road, Wandoan.


2. Provide your submission by clicking on the 'Make a submission' link below


Send your submission to one of the following:

  • Email:
  • Post: Project manager – Nathan Dam and Pipelines project
    Coordinated Project Delivery Division
    Office of the Coordinator-General
    PO Box 15517
    City East Qld 4002 Australia
  • Fax: +61 7 3220 6502

Note: If you wish to attach anything (e.g. maps, images or supporting documents), please use the email option instead of the online form.

What happens next

The Coordinator-General will consider all properly made submissions, the draft EIS and revised draft EIS before preparing a final evaluation report either refusing or approving the project.


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