Robertstown – Buronga – Wagga Wagga Line is a 330kV overhead line with a length of 900km from Robertstown, South Australia, Australia, to Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia.

The project, which is currently in the planning stage, is expected to be commissioned in 2023.


Robertstown – Buronga – Wagga Wagga Line is an overhead line that will be operated by TransGrid. The line will carry alternating current (AC) through double circuit cable.

Approximately $1,066.65m was financed by the authorities to undertake the construction works of the project.

Robertstown – Buronga – Wagga Wagga Line project development status

The construction works on the Robertstown – Buronga – Wagga Wagga Line project will be commenced in 2021 and commissioning is expected in 2023.

Contractors involved

Clough and Elecnor was appointed by TransGrid to undertake the construction works on the Robertstown – Buronga – Wagga Wagga Line project.

About TransGrid

TransGrid (TransGrid), is a provider of electricity network and solutions. The company offers infrastructure services which include feasibility and estimation studies, option analysis, grid connection for new generators, asset redevelopment and consultation services; and telecommunication transmission services. It also provides connections and modifications, network planning, demand management and co-location services. The company supplies power through a network of high voltage overhead transmission lines, underground cables, switching stations and transmission structures.


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