CONSTRUCTION works at the Murra Warra Wind Farm will cease during the Christmas and New Year period.
Works will stop at the site on Saturday, December 21 and will start again on Thursday, January 2.
Yarriambiack Shire Council said ceasing the works during this period would reduce the risk of traffic issues for harvest and the public travelling near the site.
Stage one of the farm is more than half finished.
There are 41 out of 61 turbines up at the site. Of those, 35 have been commissioned and are generating power.
Each blade measures 70.5 metres in length. Towers are 211 metres-high from base to tip making them the tallest turbines in Australia.
Project spokeswoman Susan Findlay Tickner said two turbines went up each week on average, depending on wind and weather.
Once all 61 stage one turbines are operational, they will generate enough electricity to power 220,000 Victorian homes each year.
Stage one is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2020.
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