Suburban Rail Loop Advocacy

Consultation has concluded

Feedback on the Suburban Rail Loop Advocacy consultation concluded on 21 November 2021.

Suburban Rail Loop (SRL) is an exciting project that has the potential to change how we move around metropolitan Melbourne and influence where we work, learn and live.

SRL is currently being planned by the Victorian Government, via the Suburban Rail Loop Authority (SRLA).

The first stage of the project - SRL East - includes 26km of underground rail tunnels and six new train stations between Cheltenham and Box Hill. Two new stations are proposed within the City of Whitehorse – one in Box Hill and the other in Burwood.

As part of the planning approval stage of SRL East, SRLA placed the Environmental Effects Statement (EES) on public exhibition. The EES contains all the information about the benefits and impacts of the project. Whitehorse City Council has made a submission regarding the EES which reflects the views of the Whitehorse community as expressed during the community engagement activities. Council's submission can be viewed here

Thank you to the community members who participated in the community forum, panel sessions and completed surveys to let us know about your priorities. The engagement report outlines the community priorities regarding SRL East. 

You can view the SRL East Environment Effects Statement (EES) on the State Government website.

Council has compiled a handy list of web links to the sections of the EES that has been most of interest to the Whitehorse community.   

Use the 'SUBSCRIBE' button opposite if you would like to receive council consultation updates.

Feedback on the Suburban Rail Loop Advocacy consultation concluded on 21 November 2021.

Suburban Rail Loop (SRL) is an exciting project that has the potential to change how we move around metropolitan Melbourne and influence where we work, learn and live.

SRL is currently being planned by the Victorian Government, via the Suburban Rail Loop Authority (SRLA).

The first stage of the project - SRL East - includes 26km of underground rail tunnels and six new train stations between Cheltenham and Box Hill. Two new stations are proposed within the City of Whitehorse – one in Box Hill and the other in Burwood.

As part of the planning approval stage of SRL East, SRLA placed the Environmental Effects Statement (EES) on public exhibition. The EES contains all the information about the benefits and impacts of the project. Whitehorse City Council has made a submission regarding the EES which reflects the views of the Whitehorse community as expressed during the community engagement activities. Council's submission can be viewed here

Thank you to the community members who participated in the community forum, panel sessions and completed surveys to let us know about your priorities. The engagement report outlines the community priorities regarding SRL East. 

You can view the SRL East Environment Effects Statement (EES) on the State Government website.

Council has compiled a handy list of web links to the sections of the EES that has been most of interest to the Whitehorse community.   

Use the 'SUBSCRIBE' button opposite if you would like to receive council consultation updates.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Council is seeking your views on Suburban Rail Loop (SRL) so that Council's advocacy actions reflect community views.  

    If you would like further project information prior to completing the survey, please view:

    We estimate the survey should take around 5-10 minutes to complete.

    Consultation has concluded
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The Whitehorse Suburban Rail Loop Community Forum will be held online on 10 November at 6:30-8:30.

    Hear an overview of the SRL project in Whitehorse, ask questions and provide your feedback.

    Please provide a few details below to complete your registration.

    Consultation has concluded