Dunedoo Solar Farm

Dunedoo Solar Farm

Dunedoo Solar Farm

ib vogt proposes to develop a large-scale solar farm approximately 2 kilometers north of Dunedoo in Central New South Wales, within the Warrumbungle Local Government Area.

The Dunedoo Solar Farm would occupy rural land currently used for stock grazing, cultivation, and improved pasture. The proposed solar farm would include solar arrays, a substation, an energy storage facility and transmission line to connect to the Dunedoo substation.



The Commonwealth Government cites electricity generation as the largest individual contributor of greenhouse gas emissions in Australia. Australia is a signatory to the United Nations Framework Convention on Read More

Electric Supply

AEMO forecasts that grid-supplied electricity consumption will remain flat for the next 20 years, despite projected 30% growth in population. Although not required to meet projected electricity demand, the proposal Read More


The solar farm would generate around 100 direct jobs during construction, as well as indirect supply chain jobs. In addition, it would employ approximately 2-3 full-time staff during the operation and maintenance phase Read More


The Project

The Dunedoo Solar Farm proposal site is located approximately 2 kilometers north of the township of Dunedoo and approximately 77 kilometers north east of the city of Dubbo, within the Warrumbungle Local Government Area.



The Dunedoo Solar Farm is a State Significant Development which requires approval from the NSW Minister for Planning and Environment under Part 4 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.



ib vogt began informing the local community about the Dunedoo Solar Farm proposal in November 2017. A newsletter was distributed to households within the Dunedoo locality in early November 2017.