This page contains information about the proposed expansion, project timeline and frequently asked questions.
Got questions? Come and meet the team:
We will be holding a community drop-in session to give you an opportunity to meet the project team over a coffee or tea. Come along and chat to the team, ask questions and provide any feedback you have.
When: Monday 9 October 2023, from 4pm to 7pm
Where: Manildra Soldiers Memorial Hall, 61 Kiewa Street, Manildra NSW 2185
About the Manildra Plant Expansion
The plant expansion involves three separate Development Applications to build parts of the new plant in stages.
|Rail intake upgrade||New site infrastructure||Solvent Extraction Plant|
|What’s involved||The rail side upgrade will include:
||The site infrastructure upgrade will include new:
|What are the proposed benefits?||
Finalising our project scope and approach: We’re currently finalising our detailed engineering and project safety measures. We are starting community consultation so that we can use findings and feedback from early consultation to inform our approach.
Late Oct 2023
We will submit our Development Application for the rail intake upgrade to Cabonne Council who will publicly display it for a period of time as part of their process.
We will submit our Development Application for site infrastructure to Cabonne Council who will publicly display it for a period of time as part of their process.
Late 2023/Early 2024
We will submit our Development Application for the new solvent extraction plant to Cabonne Council who will publicly display it for a for a period of time as part of their process.
If approved, construction would begin on rail intake upgrade.
If approved, construction would begin on site infrastructure.
If approved, construction on the Solvent Extraction Plant would begin.
Commissioning of new plant and infrastructure planned to begin following construction.
Sharing Benefits with the Community
MSM Milling actively supports local causes, organisations and events in Manildra and the wider community, and have proudly invested around $500,000 over the years.
We’re proposing to establish a community investment fund to continue our support of causes that are important to Manildra residents and the wider community.
Join the new MSM Milling Community Investment Committee
The new committee will include members from the local community, MSM Milling and local business and organisations. If you are interested in being part of the new committee or have suggestions for any organisations that might be, tell us via our online feedback form.
Give your Feedback
We welcome any questions and comments and will consider all feedback during project development. The consultation period closes at 5pm on Sunday 22 October
To give your feedback: