|Darling Downs Solar Farm|
|Location||45km west of Dalby, Queensland|
|Coordinates||27°06′43″S 150°52′55″E / 27.1120°S 150.8819°ECoordinates: 27°06′43″S 150°52′55″E / 27.1120°S 150.8819°E|
|Commission date||May 2018|
|Construction cost||A$175 million|
|Site area||200 hectares (490 acres)|
|Nameplate capacity||110 MW|
Darling Downs Solar Farm is a 110MW photovoltaic solar power station in Queensland, Australia developed by APA Group 45 km west of Dalby in the Darling Downs region next to the Darling Downs Power Station. All of the power it produces will be sold to Origin Energy until 2030. It connects to the national electricity grid through Powerlink's Braemar substation. It has approximately 430,000 solar panels on an area of approximately 250 hectares (620 acres).
It was planned by Origin Energy, which owns the adjacent natural gas Darling Downs Power Station. Origin received planning approval and A$20 million support from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) before selling the project to APA Group in May 2017. designed and built by RCR Tomlinson under an engineering, procurement and construction contract of approximately A$175 million.
Darling Downs was the ninth solar farm approved by the Western Downs Regional Council.