Powering the South-West

With a final capacity of up to 1.9 GW, the proposed Myalup Offshore Wind Farm has the potential to power over 1 million Western Australian homes. Discover more through the link below.

About the Project

Proposed Location

The Myalup Offshore Windfarm was the first offshore wind project to be proposed in Western Australian waters and pre-dates the Commonwealth government’s offshore wind zone declaration process.  Previously the project study area had been located at the edge of WA State waters between Bunbury and Mandurah. However, after initial community consultation, this has changed, and the project will no longer consider any turbines in state waters. All turbines will now be at least 20 kms from shore and within in the final declared area designated by the Minister for Climate Change and Energy.

Refer to the map of the proposed offshore wind area of the Indian Ocean off the Bunbury region as published by the Department Climate Change, Energy Environment and Water (DCCEEW) for public consultation.here

The area proposed by DCCEEW covers 7,674 km, is set back, 20kms from the shore, and is located offshore between Dawesville and Cape Naturaliste, WA.

Community Benefits

A new industry for the south-west, and jobs for the local community. Read more about the benefits to the region.

Contact Us Today

All voices are important to us. Get in touch with the project team via the contact us page.