The Marinus Link team is interested in meeting the local community and answering your questions about the project. Feedback from the community helps inform our project design and construction considerations, and the development of environmental, cultural heritage, social and economic impact assessments. 

Both formal and informal community consultation opportunities will be offered throughout the project. How we engage continues to evolve and change to respond to the latest COVID-19 situation, and our latest updates and events will be made available here. 

Upcoming Victorian engagement opportunities 

Fish Creek Tea Cosy Festival
Saturday, 21 May 2022, 10:00am to 3:00pm
Fish Creek Village Green (town centre)

Dumbalkcommunity drop in session
Monday, 23 May 2022, 3:00pm to 7:30pm
Dumbalk Community Hall, 29- 31 Farmers Road, Dumbalk
More information available here

We do our best to keep this page up to date, but in-person events may change without much notice, depending on the COVID-19 situation. You’re always welcome to give us a call on 1300 765 275 to check the current status. 

Please be reassured that all activities will be undertaken in accordance with the project’s strict COVID-19 protocols and in compliance with government regulations and requirements.  

We are thrilled to be getting back out into the community in 2022 to provide information about the project and answer any questions you may have. 

We are currently planning a program of events, information sessions and community activities for the rest of 2022. Please note our attendance (in person) at events is subject to COVID-19 restrictions.

Community Updates

Community update – March – April 2022 (.pdf)

Community update – November 2021 (.pdf)

Community update – August 2021 (.pdf)

North West Tasmania

The proposed location of Marinus Link in North West Tasmania enables connection into some of Australia’s best renewable energy generation and storage resources. Transmission network upgrades are proposed in North West Tasmania to support this connection.

View more information about community and landowner engagement on the proposed transmission developments in North West Tasmania:

Please note: Further information will be available in due course.



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