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    Mortlake South Wind Farm

    The Mortlake South Wind Farm is proposed for a site 5 kilometres south of Mortlake in the Moyne Shire of south western Victoria. 

    The wind farm will be constructed on cleared, open and level predominantly dairy farming country. The location is highly exposed to consistent winds across this part of the state.

    Planning approval was originally granted by the State Government in 2010. In April 2017, the Minister for Planning approved an amendment to the planning permit to allow for the use of contemporary wind turbine technology. The A$250m project will generate significant economic activity in the Moyne Shire and surrounds.




    Current Permit Information

    A link to the Planning Permit is available to view here.


    General Information

    Approximately 5km south of the Mortlake township, within the Moyne Shire
    Project Configuration
    35 turbines
    Maximum Tip height: 
    186 metres
    Anticipated construction completion
    October 2020


    • The project will provide a substantial additional economic focus in the Moyne Shire, independent of, but complimentary to ongoing dairying, grazing, cropping, tourism and associated service activities of the shire.
    • Generate a construction peak workforce of 80-100 construction jobs.
    • Provide 5-10 ongoing full time positions on site.
    • Provide a diversified income for host landowners.
    • Provide a substantial increase in Moyne shire’s rates base.
    • Result in the establishment of a Shared Benefits Program to strategically deliver added value to the local region over the lifecycle of the project.
    • Clean energy equivalent to the consumption of around 66,000 homes annually.

    All current vacancies for the Mortlake South Wind Farm are advertised on the Employment Channel on ACCIONA’s website -


    Community Engagement and Shared Benefits Program

    If you would like to arrange a meeting with one of the ACCIONA’s Project Team members when they are next in the area, call 1800 283 550 or email -
    Details on the Shared Benefits Program will be released very soon!


    Supply and Contracting Opportunities

    ACCIONA Energy is committed to supporting local industry participation and is encouraging local suppliers and contractors that are interested in conducting business for the project to register your interests via the ICN Gateway. Click here to register.

    To learn more about the wind farm construction work packages and indicative timeframes for the construction phase, please clink on the Mortlake South Wind Farm Fact Sheet or the Mortlake South Wind Farm Procurement Fact Sheet and Local Industry Stakeholder Session Presentation.

    Enquiries, Feedback and Complaints

    For further information about the project, or to provide feedback or lodge a complaint:

    Phone: 1800 283 550



    Call into the ACCIONA Mortlake South Wind Farm Office at 95 Dunlop Street, Mortlake.
    Open Thursdays and Fridays from 9am-4pm.


    To review our Complaints and Response Management Plan, click here.


    To view the most recent Mortlake South Wind Farm Newsletter, click here



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