Explore Our Inland Rail stories.

Hear from some of the people who are already seeing the benefits or are excited for the opportunities Inland Rail will bring for them and their local communities.

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Martinus

Treaven Martinus is passionate about upskilling the next generation. His company’s partnership with Inland Rail is helping him employ 60 new apprentices and trainees to help build the project. See Treaven’s story to find out why our new freight future looks so bright for young people in Australia.

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Vossloh

At a time when Australia needs it most, Inland Rail is supporting more jobs and new business opportunities for regional manufacturers like Vossloh. Boris says their contract with Inland Rail means upskilling of strategic and specialist manufacturing right here in Australia – giving our country the momentum we need for tomorrow.

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The Tourist Hotel

Local hotelier Geoff enjoys welcoming Inland Rail workers and contractors to his Narrabri pub. Step inside the doors of the Tourist Hotel and see how Inland Rail’s construction is supporting locally owned businesses like Geoff’s.

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Toll

As a General Manager for Toll Global Express, Steve says that everything Toll moves is important to someone. And Toll needs a fast and reliable supply chain to get your goods to you more efficiently. Explore Steve’s story to see how Inland Rail is transforming how goods (like your parcels) move around Australia.

Goondiwindi Cotton

Sam Coulton is a successful business owner and cotton producer. Sam is passionate about all the future benefits the project will bring to his local area. Explore Sam’s story to showcase what Inland Rail can bring to small farming towns like Goondiwindi.

Trans4m Rail

Local Trans4m Rail employee Craig has seen, first-hand, the benefits of working on the Inland Rail project. Find out how Inland Rail is helping provide new skills and training opportunities to locals.

Tomika Johnson

Waddi Springs

Director of Waddi Springs, Tomika Johnson has seen opportunities to employ more workers and boost their skill base working on a project as large as Inland Rail. Explore how Inland Rail is helping support indigenous companies like Tomika’s.

Ben Popp

SCT Logistics

Ben Popp is the State Manager for one of Australia’s largest logistic companies. Watch Ben’s story to see how Inland Rail is transforming the way freight is moved around the country.

Beef and Grain Farmer

Moree farmer Oscar sees the potential that Inland Rail has to offer to the Australian agriculture industry. Explore Oscar’s story to see how Inland Rail is helping regional producers compete both domestically and globally.

Tait

Tait Auto Group

Local business owners Kendall and David have seen increased opportunities since winning a contract for Inland Rail. Explore the Tait’s story to see the benefits the Inland Rail contract has had on their business.

Krystal Nichols

AECOM

Krystle is one of the senior project leads at the engineering firm, AECOM, helping deliver and revolutionise Australia’s freight infrastructure. Find out more on how Inland Rail has provided Krystle and her team the opportunity to grow and upskill.

Brooker Trading Co.

Shane has seen business increase in Moree, as the Inland Rail project is bringing more workers and contractors to the area. Find out more on how Inland Rail is supporting local businesses such as Shane’s.

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of all the lands covered by this project and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.
We value the contribution and rich cultural heritage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.