Tasmania has a large network of powerlines and we use helicopters to inspect them. They can be slow and sometimes hover at low levels. It can be noisy, but it's also really important.
|8-18 November 2020||Lindisfarne, Dulcot, Penna, Sorell, Huonville, Electrona, Margate, Risdon Vale, Gagebrook, Bridgewater, Lenah Valley, Cascades, Ridgeway, Leslie Vale, Longley, Grove, Huntingfield, Geeveston, Port Huon, Franklin, Clarendon Vale, Mornington, Flagstaff Gully, New Norfolk, Magra, Gretna, Hamilton, Ouse, Tarraleah, Palmerston, Shannon, Arthurs Lake.|
|2 - 9 November 2020||Lower Barrington, Kindred, Abbotsham, Gawler, Havenview, Brooklyn, Acton, Emu Heights, Gawler, Brooklyn, Downlands, West Pine, Abbotsham, Barrington, Nowhere Else, West Kentish, Promised Land, Cethana, Middlesex, Waratah, Savage River, Guilford, Hampshire, Tewkesbury, West Ridgley, Ridgley, Nook, Roland, Gowrie Park, Liena, Acton, East Cam, Mount Hicks, Sisters Creek, Cowrie Point, Forest, Smithton, Port Latta.|
|8 - 10 November 2020||Queenstown, Rosebery.|
|11 - 19 November 2020||Glenorchy, Glenlusk, Molesworth, New Norfolk, Ridgeway, Lenah Valley, Molesworth, Derwent Bridge, Waddamana,Tarraleah, Gretna, Hamilton, Ouse, Liapootah, Wayatina, Bothwell, Broadmarsh, Bridgewater.|
|9-17 December 2020||Connorville, Conara, Avoca, Fingal, St Marys.|
By inspecting powerlines we can ensure they’re maintained appropriately; reducing the risk of unplanned power outages and bushfires. We're working to complete the inspections as quickly as possible, to avoid disruption to residential areas and minimise disturbances to livestock. Thanks for your patience while we undertake this important work.