Inland Rail NSW Biodiversity Offset Identification Program

Inland Rail is the largest freight rail project in Australia and one of the most significant infrastructure projects in the world. The 1,600 km freight rail line will connect Melbourne and Brisbane via regional Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.  

Designed to keep pace with Australia’s increasing freight demands, Inland Rail will transform how we move goods around Australia. The project links producers, farmers and businesses, allowing freight to be delivered faster and more reliably to our growing population, and beyond to global markets. It also means safer, less congested roads and fewer carbon emissions.

Beerburrum to Nambour Rail Upgrade Project

“Niche has provided a high quality standard of consultancy and reporting to support the B2N Project and the Kabi Kabi First Nations People. The application of their expertise to the local context and sensitive approach to cultural heritage matters has greatly assisted TMR in maintaining positive community relationships.”

Bugeja Recycling – Resource Recovery and Transfer Facility 

Bugeja Recycling – Resource Recovery and Transfer Facility  Client: Bugeja Recycling Industry sector: Resource Recovery  Service: Environmental Management and ApprovalsLocation: Cairns, North QLD    The project Bugeja Earthmoving (sister company of Bugeja Recycling) currently operates a small mobile recycling facility in Cairns that specialises in the crushing, shredding and screening of local construction and demolition (C&D)…

Kuranda Range Road – Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Strategy

Kuranda Range Road – Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Strategy Client: Jacobs (Australia) Pty Ltd and the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads  Industry sector: Transport infrastructure Service: Environmental Management and ApprovalsLocation: Cairns/Kuranda, Far North QLD (Wet Tropics World Heritage Area)   The project The project involved the design of an Intelligent Transport System (ITS) located…

Bones Knob Telecommunications Tower

Bones Knob Telecommunications Tower Client: Wadjanbarra Tablelands Yidinji Aboriginal Corporation and Ventia   Industry sector: Telecommunications Service: Aboriginal heritage management Location: Atherton Tablelands, Far North QLD  The project The installation of a telecommunications (Telstra) tower at Bones Knob, Tolga on the Atherton Tablelands. The tower will provide the communities around Tolga with improved internet and telecommunications connectivity. The Telstra…