The proposal is to construct a 33 kilovolt (kV) powerline to run within the road reserves of the Coorow-Greenhead and Cockleshell Gully Roads. A section of the Coorow-Greenhead Road route passes through the Mount Lesueur National Park.
The powerline would accommodate the long term needs of State Energy Commission of Western Australia for the provision of power to the two coastal towns of Leeman and Greenhead by replacing the existing line that passes through the Beekeepers Reserve which lies to the north of, but contiguous with, the Mount Lesueur National Park.
Note: The proposal was withdrawn by the proponent on 3 September 1992 after the report was released. No Ministerial decision was made.