|White Rock Wind Farm|
|Location||Glen Innes, New South Wales|
|Coordinates||29°47′S 151°32′E / 29.79°S 151.54°ECoordinates: 29°47′S 151°32′E / 29.79°S 151.54°E|
|Construction began||May 2016|
|Commission date||August 2017|
|Construction cost||A$450m (Stage 1 & 2) (2011 dollars)|
|Hub height||89.5 metres (294 ft)|
|Rotor diameter||121 metres (397 ft)|
|Units operational||70 × 2.5 MW|
|Make and model||Goldwind 121|
|Nameplate capacity||175 MW|
|Capacity factor||33.27% (average 2018-2021)|
|Annual net output||510.0 GWh (average 2018-2021)|
White Rock Wind Farm is a wind farm in the Australian state of New South Wales. It is in the New England region of northern New South Wales, 40 kilometres (25 mi) east of Inverell and 20 kilometres (12 mi) west of Glen Innes. It is south of the Gwydir Highway. The Sapphire Wind Farm is north of the highway and Glen Innes Wind Farm is south of the highway closer to Glen Innes. It is approved for up to 119 wind turbines, and stage 1 has been completed with 70 turbines. In 2011 it had an estimated construction cost of A$450m.
The wind farm began increasing output grid power in July 2017, was fully commissioned in February 2018 and has operated since then. The generation table uses eljmkt nemlog to obtain generation values for each month.
Note: Asterisk indicates power output was limited during the month.