Gawara Baya is a renewable energy project with the capacity to provide clean power to up to 240,000 Australian homes, eliminating 1.2 million tonnes of carbon dioxide from Australia’s energy market every year.

The project is located on an active cattle property within Gugu Badhun Country about 70km inland from Ingham in North Queensland, in close proximity to the existing electricity transmission network.

Gawara Baya is an essential early-transition opportunity for new, large scale clean energy generation that can be responsibly developed, grid connected via existing transmission infrastructure and producing power within the next four years.

Gawara Baya is a key project driving progress against time-critical decarbonisation, as well as supporting the solution for the critical shortage of renewable energy supply expected by 2025.