How to Navigate the EES

How to Navigate the EES

Watch the video below to see the best guide for navigating the EES

Accessing the EES

The EES consists of a large number of documents, made up of the following:

  • The Summary Report (which we encourage you to read first)
  • Map Book
  • EES Main Report
  • Attachments (related documents including: the Draft Work Plan, draft Planning Scheme Amendment and the Works Approval Application)
  • Appendices (Technical Studies)

Tips to find what you’re looking for

We recommend you start with the EES Summary Report and Map Book

The Summary Report gives you a broad overview of the whole project, the rationale for the project, its potential effects, and how we propose to manage these. The Map Book shows the project geography. Click here to view the Summary Report and Map Book.

Digital presentations and information brochures on key Technical Studies

We have prepared digital presentations and information sheets for key technical studies. These overview and summarise what we studied and why, what the studies found, and how any impacts will be managed. The information brochures guide you to relevant technical studies where you can find more detailed technical information. Click here to view digital presentations and information brochures.

Main Report – Chapters

Each of the 15 chapters of the EES Main Report provides a comprehensive summary of studies and findings. The chapters range from around 40 to 100 pages in length. Click here to view the Main Report.


Attachments A to K are related documents which consist of a range of plans, reports and studies that complement the chapters and include the Draft Work Plan, draft Planning Scheme Amendment, EPA Works Approval application, Biodiversity Offset Management Strategy, Risk Report, Consultation and Stakeholder Engagement report, Mitigation Register, and peer review reports. Click here to view the EES Attachments.

Appendices (Technical Studies)

There are 23 technical study reports which detail the study methodology, findings and proposed mitigation measures developed by independent technical specialists. These reports range from around 150 to 1,000 pages each. They form appendices to the EES Main Report. Click here to access the Technical Studies.

Where to next?

We suggest you start with the Summary Report and Map Book