Proposals previously assessed

Sheep Hill deep water port facility (Stage 1) on Eyre Peninsula

The proposal

The development proposal for a deep water port facility at Sheep Hill (stage 1) on the Eyre Peninsula, 70 kilometres north-east of Port Lincoln.

It comprises:

  • wharf/ jetty structures and ship loading systems
  • storage buildings and facilities (for ore and grain)
  • road transport access corridor (along Swaffers Road).

Assessment stages and documentation

Stage of assessment process



Declaration as major development

6 January 2011

See notice in the Government Gazette

Release of guidelines by Development Assessment Commission with level of assessment determined

1 June 2011 Guidelines for the preparation of a public environmental report - (871.2 KB PDF)

Release of assessment document by proponent for public comment

9 March 2012 Executive Summary - (742.9 KB PDF)
Volume 1 Public Environmental Report - (15.2 MB PDF)
Volume 2 Appendix A-D - (828.4 KB PDF)
Appendix A Port Spencer Stage 01 - (18.2 MB MP4)
Appendix A Port Spencer Stage 02 NO RAIL - (18.2 MB MP4)
Appendix B Community Consultation Material - (3.0 MB PDF)
Appendix C Air Quality Impact Assessment Report - (3.4 MB PDF)
Appendix D Geo Invest and Soil Report - (8.1 MB PDF)
Volume 3 Appendix E-H - (825.9 KB PDF)
Appendix E Enviro Site Assessment - (14.5 MB PDF)
Appendix F Surface Water Report - (13.6 MB PDF)
Appendix G Environmental Noise Assessment Report - (1.1 MB PDF)
Appendix H Traffic Impact Assessment Report - (2.1 MB PDF)
Volume 4 Appendix I-K - (826.1 KB PDF)

For an alternative version of a document on this page see Planning contacts - Major developments.

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