The Hills of Gold Wind Farm Amended Application is now on Public Exhibition.
Click here to view the NSW Government Major Projects documents.
Submissions close on Tuesday 13 December 2022
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Hills of Gold Preservation Incorporated is an Incorporated Association that gives residents and landholders a collective voice with local, state and federal government in opposing Engie’s proposed Hills of Gold Wind Farm near Hanging Rock, Nundle, Crawney and Timor on the Great Dividing Range, south east of Tamworth, NSW.
Advocate on behalf of Nundle, Hanging Rock, Crawney and Timor communities.
Protect the environment (water, soil, flora, fauna) of the area around Nundle, Hanging Rock, Crawney and Timor.
Lobby local, state and federal governments regarding Engie’s proposed Hills of Gold Wind Farm.
Regular meetings of residents and landholders to discuss issues surrounding the proposed wind farm.
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Public Officer & Membership
Vice President & Environment
IAN WORLEY JNR
Sustainability advocate Michael Mobbs shares story to protect Hills of Gold ecosystem
On the last day for online submissions to the Hills of Gold Wind Farm Amendments Public Exhibition we are grateful to sustainability advocate, author and coach, Michael Mobbs for sharing the story of Hills of Gold Preservation Inc members' journey to protect the...
Public Meeting planned for 5.30pm Tuesday, December 6th, 2022
Thank you to everyone who is working on their Objecting Submissions to Hills of Gold Wind Farm Amended Development Application. Hills of Gold Preservation Inc is hosting a Public Meeting at 5.30pm on Tuesday, December 6th, 2022 at Nundle Memorial Hall, a week...
Thank you to Member for Upper Hunter David Layzell, and Upper Hunter Shire Council Councillor Tayah Clout for meeting Timor and Crawney landholders concerned about potential impacts associated with Engie's proposed Hills of Gold Wind Farm on the Liverpool Range...
Local majority opposition to Hills of Gold Wind Farm confirmed again
Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson released the results of a poll conducted since March 2022, showing 58.9 per cent of Crawney, Hanging Rock, Nundle and Bowling Alley Point respondents oppose Engie's Hills of Gold Wind Farm. Hills of Gold Preservation Inc members...
Vocal local majority opposition to Engie Hills of Gold Wind Farm
Resident and landholder group, Hills of Gold Preservation Inc, yesterday hosted a social gathering at Nundle Recreation Ground to demonstrate its local majority voice opposing Engie’s proposed Hills of Gold Wind Farm on 24km of the Great Dividing Range between...
What you won’t find in an Engie flyer
Some of the significant issues that you won't find in an Engie flyer. It takes a lot of reading, not only of Engie assessments but other wind farms in NSW, to compare figures and ask why Hills of Gold Wind Farm stats don't stack...
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