Our vision is to see the Tallawarra Lands developed for sustainable residential, commercial, recreational and environmental use.
EnergyAustralia acknowledges the Dharawal people as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which it operates the Tallawarra Power Station. EnergyAustralia acknowledges the Elders past, present and emerging.
At EnergyAustralia we extend a warm welcome to all First Nations people, and we pay our respect to their ongoing connection to land and community.
In January 2020, EnergyAustralia sold approximately 21 Hectares of land near the Tallawarra power station to a property development company, the Bridgehill Group.
The Bridgehill Group is progressing the approvals required for the subdivision of the balance of the land surrounding the power station, with the intention of acquiring a further 97 Hectares North of Yallah Bay Road, which will then be developed in line with the NSW Government Concept Approval (last modified in November 2020). The Concept Approval allows for the development of up to 1,257 lots.
EnergyAustralia believes the land redevelopment will deliver significant long-term social and economic benefits for the community through the provision of affordable housing, improved local amenities and new employment opportunities.
The Bridgehill Group is a member of the Tallawarra Power Station Community Liaison Group which meets quarterly.
As one of the country’s leading energy businesses, supporting communities is important to us.
We strive to engage with our local communities in a consultative, transparent and approachable manner.
EnergyAustralia is proud to be a part of the communities where we operate. We recognise the importance of engaging with the community to build a vibrant place to live and work.
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For any other enquiries relating to EnergyAustralia’s Tallawarra land holdings, please contact EnergyAustralia’s Property Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.