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  • Our Great Southern teams are responsible for the maintenance of the southern Grain Freight Rail Network, playing a vital role in delivering WA grain to the world.

    The teams manage the rail freight network from Wagin to Katanning and all the way down to Albany. 

    Our investment in the Great Southern region goes beyond our infrastructure. We engage with local business, employ locally and engage with industry groups including the Albany Chamber of Commerce and Industry. 

    We also drive discussion with groups and associations that are the future of our industry, including the Committee for Economic Developmet Australia, Chamber of Minerals and Energy, Freight and Logistics Council and the Regional Development Commissions. 

    Our customers in the region include CBH Group and APEC.

    at a glance

    some things about us you might like to know

    • 336km


      Our Great Southern team manage 336km of track

    • 7 employees

      7 employees

      Our team from Katanning to Albany is made up of 7 locally based employees

    • 11


      Number of years we’ve been a major supporter of the Narrogin Hawks

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  • We actively participate in the Great Southern and love getting involved in local initiatives, seeing community projects come to life and supporting local grassroots organisatons. 

    This year we sponsored West Australian Music's (WAM) Sounds of the Great Southern. In the past we've sponsored Sounds of the Goldfields and Sounds of the Wheatbelt.

    Like WAM, we love supporting local talent, an providing skills and opportunities to local communities to allow that talent to be showcased to the world. 

    The Sounds of the Great Southern compilation was launched at a sold out event on Saturday 27 May at Albany Town Hall. 

    The CD featured ten new, original songs which were recorded and released to showcase the diverse breadth of talent in the Great Southern. 

    In recent years we have also been proud sponsors of community groups including the Indigenous Parent Factor Program, enabling the program to reach out to Indigenous parents to positively influence home learning, and have provided donations to St John Ambulance Wickepin as well as local Men's Sheds to aid in facilitating projects led by members of the community. 

    Willow, a Sounds of the Great Southern act performing an original track

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    what's been happening in the Great Southern

    • Newdegate Field Days

      Track Splat! at the Newdegate Field Days to promote and encourage rail safety education

    • WAM Sounds of the Great Southern

      In 2017, we partnered with WAM to produce Sounds of the Great Southern, showcased in beautiful Albany

    • Fred Steer and his daughter Shelby

      Fred Steer, Asset Planner Great Southern with his daughter Shelby who attended Bring our Daughters to Work Day

    • Narrogin Hawks

      We've partnered with the Narrogin Hawks since 2006

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