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The Bicycling Australia Show was held in Melbourne last month. There was a good Rail trails presence at the show.
The first Trains'n'Timber Festival was held on 2nd and 3rd November. At the festival an announcement was received from Minister Sherryl Garbutt giving approval for the creation of a rail trail from Shelley to Keotong.
Come and visit the Railtrails Australia stand at the Bicycling Australia Show in Melbourne on Saturday 19 October.
Updates on the Murray to the Mountains, Ballarat to Skipton, Bunny and Powelltown Trails.
The first Trains'n'Timber Festival will be held at Shelley Forest Camp on the Wodonga to Cudgewa Rail Trail. on 2nd and 3rd November.
Since the closure of the railway services between Queanbeyan and Bombala interest has grown among cycling, equestrian, tourism and local government bodies and others in the concept of adapting the corridor for cycling, horse riding and walking - the Monaro Rail Trail.
On Wednesday the 11th of September at 7.30pm to 9.30pm a great debate is being held "The Bicycle: The Solution to our 21st Century Urban Traffic Problem" at Monash University, Melbourne.
The offical opening of the Murray to the Mountains Rail Trail has been set for Friday 13 September.
The WA Department of Sport and Recreation has announced that the Trailswest unit will be shut down.
The second Australian Tracks and Trails Conference will be held in Perth from 14 to 16 October 2002.
The East Gippsland Rail Trail is having its annual ride/walk/horseride on Saturday 22 June.
The official opening of the 'Old Beechy Rail Trail' will take place at 12 noon on Saturday, the 9th of March 2002.
Annual report form Michael Oxer, President Railtrails Australia.
Winners of the Warburton Trail Photographic Competition.
The Minister for Environment and Heritage, the Hon Judy Edwards, launched the construction and funding of the first phase of the new Munda Biddi Mountain Bike Trail on Saturday 15 December. The trail alignment follows hundreds of kilometres of disused railway formations.
The new edition in 2002 of the Official Map of Roads published in Spain by the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, includes 60 Greenways ("Vias Verdes").
The Minister for Environment and Conservation, Hon. Cheryl Garbutt, announced that the Bracks Government have allocated $600,000 funding over two years for construction works.
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