WIMMERA residents will soon have the chance to take a closer look at the inner-workings of the Murra Warra Wind Farm.
The second open day of the wind farm will be held on Sunday, March 24 between 10am and 1pm.
The last time the site was open to the public was in November, with tours of the farm booking out.
A shuttle bus will run regularly from 10am between the car park and a turbine hard stand. Staff will be available to answer questions and provide information about the farm.
Murra Warra Wind Farm spokeswoman Susan Findlay Tickner said the session would allow community members see up close the scale of the blades and turbine components.
"The Murra Warra Wind Farm is an active construction site and visitors are requested to respect signage and follow directions of employees for their own safety and the safety of others," she said.
The shuttle buses will be picking up at the Murra Warra Wind Farm carpark, off the Ailsa Wheat Road, Murra Warra.
Visitors are advised to enter the Ailsa Wheat Road from the Minyip-Dimboola Road.
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The last bus will depart the car park at 12:30pm.
Public facilities, shade and shelter are extremely limited on-site. The shuttle bus is a standard bus and can not cater for prams or wheelchairs.
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