DATE: Friday 10 November 2023, returning to Hobart the same day

COST: $110

ATTENDEES: 20 places available

HOW TO BOOK: Delegates can book a ticket during the registration process. If you are already registered for WWEC2023 and wish to add a ticket, please contact the organisers.

Renewable energy has powered Tasmania for a century. See first hand water and wind in action, experiencing the workings of two iconic hydropower stations and seeing the Cattle Hill Wind Farm up close.

8:00 AM –  Attendees depart Wrest Point

10:00 AM – Tarraleah Village Penstock viewing area

  • A spectacular vantage point to look at the mighty penstocks that feed water from Lake King William

10:15 AM – Tarraleah Power Station and morning tea (PPE provided)

  • Take in the magnificent art deco design of this 85 year old station
  • Learn about plans to reimagine its future to improve flexibility, capacity and energy production,

11:00 AM – Tour of Tungatinah Power Station

  • Tour the iconic power station, one of our largest constructed in the 1950s
11:35 AM – Travel to Waddamana

12:45 PM – Cattle Hill Wind Farm and lunch

  • Review operation monitoring and Identiflight eagle controls
  • Substation, example wind turbine, eagle monitoring station
2:30 PM – Travel back to Hobart and afternoon refreshments
4:45 PM – Coach returns to Wrest Point

Image supplied by Hydro Tasmania.