Flyers Creek Wind Farm

Flyers Creek Wind Farm

The proposed Flyers Creek wind farm is located approximately 20 km southwest of Orange (Blayney Shire) in NSW and has an expected capacity of approximately 110-145 MW comprising up to 38 wind turbines, a substation, access tracks and an electrical collection system.

Project Approval for the Flyers Creek wind farm was granted by the NSW Government Planning Assessment Commission in March 2014.

The Environmental Assessment (EA), and Infigen’s Response to Submissions received to the EA, can be viewed at NSW Department of Planning and Environment website. The Flyers Creek Planning Report can also be viewed at this weblink.

Planning Modification 4 was lodged with the NSW Department of Planning and Environment in August 2018 to:

  • Increase the wind turbine envelope so as to accommodate the newer, more efficient turbine models now available; and
  • Include a 132kV transmission line and switching station so as to enable the Project to connect to the electrical grid.

The planning modification was approved by the Independent Planning Commission in August 2019. The application and associated documentation can be viewed here*.

If you have any questions or would like to be added to the Flyers Creek wind farm development project mailing list please contact Megan Richardson (email

* This is an external link. If the link is deactivated, please use the search facility available on the Department’s website

Newsletters & Notices

Project Approval Documentation

Plans or programs relating to the Conditions of Project Approval are provided below:

Community Consultation Committee

Questions and Feedback

Questions and feedback about the project can be provided to Infigen through phone, email or post at all times.

Infigen’s complaint management process involves acknowledging receipt of a complaint with the stakeholder as soon as practicable, normally within five business days; and resolution of their complaint within 30 days where possible. Any complaint not resolved within 30 days of being received shall be referred to the relevant member of senior management.

All material complaints are reported to Infigen Board, and resolutions are devised on a case-by-case basis.

In addition to receiving formal complaints, we seek feedback and suggestions from our community stakeholders. Have your say here.

Complaints can also be submitted to the Office of the National Wind Farm Commissioner by phone, email or in writing. For more information, please visit

Phone: +61 1800 656 395

National Wind Farm Commissioner
PO Box 24434
Melbourne VIC 3001

Key Contacts


Potential suppliers to the Flyers Creek Wind Farm should email