NRG Gladstone Power Station Industry Tour

Half Day or Less

Queensland’s largest Power Station, with a generating capacity of 1680 megawatts was sited to take advantage of seawater for cooling and to be near Central Queensland’s vast coal reserves. Approximately 11000 tonnes of coal are used each day in the production of electricity, with most of it being sold to Boyne Smelters Ltd under a long-term agreement.

Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. No cameras or still cameras permitted on site. Sturdy enclosed shoes must be worn.

Tours last approximately one and a half hours and depart at 1pm every Monday from the Gladstone Visitor Information Centre.

Facilities

Service Types

Walking and Biking Tours

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Membership

Australian Tourism Export Council Queensland Tourism Industry Council

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Queensland’s largest Power Station, with a generating capacity of 1680 megawatts was sited to take advantage of seawater for cooling and to be near Central Queensland’s vast coal reserves. Approximately 11000 tonnes of coal are used each day in the production of electricity, with most of it being sold to Boyne Smelters Ltd under a long-term agreement.

Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. No cameras or still cameras permitted on site. Sturdy enclosed shoes must be worn.

Tours last approximately one and a half hours and depart at 1pm every Monday from the Gladstone Visitor Information Centre.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

Rates

Free Entry

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