Inland rail: Why farmers reject the Condamine floodplain route

Mark Phelps
Updated October 12 2017 - 3:08pm, first published 10:37am
RAIL PAIN: Darling Downs farmer Jason Mundt, Mundalee, Yandilla, says the federal government must shift the Queensland section of the Melbourne to Brisbane inland rail route off the planned high impact route across the Condamine floodplain.
RAIL PAIN: Darling Downs farmer Jason Mundt, Mundalee, Yandilla, says the federal government must shift the Queensland section of the Melbourne to Brisbane inland rail route off the planned high impact route across the Condamine floodplain.

FARMERS across the Condamine floodplain are adamant. The federal government must shift the Queensland section of the Melbourne to Brisbane inland rail route off the planned high impact route that was announced just over a fortnight ago.

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Mark Phelps

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