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The Tallangatta section of the High Country Rail Trail will be officially opened on Sunday 23 May 2004.
Grants of up to $30,000 are available for Victorian Rail Trail Committees of Management appointed under the Crown Land (Reserves) Act. - 30th January 2005 deadline.
The Rail Trail will eventually run from Colac to Beech Forest and later to Crowes on the Great Ocean Road.
The Friends of the Great Southern Rail Trail had a very successful weekend on 13/14 November.
Barongarook Station Event on Sundy 28 November 2004 and other Beecy Rail Trail news.
Railtrails Australia were among the 151 attendees at the recent Adelaide Conference.
Special events over weekend of 13th and 14th November 2004.
The second annual rail tail conference was held on 8 October 2004.
Railtrails Australia today launached its rail trail signage guide. The guide is available here for download.
Railtrails Australia launches its new forums service.
The Railtrails Australia AGM 2004 was held on Wednesay 29 September.
The Hon John Brumby MP, Minister for State and Regional Development opened the Ballarat - Skipton Rail Trail on 12 March 2004.
A US report on the use of the use of traffic counters on trails may be of benefit to Australian groups.
A proposal for a rail trail between Goulburn to Crookwell Rail Trail (NSW).
Final surfacing works are about to commence on the trail.
The trail has recently gaining funding to run a 4th and final Community Jobs Program on the trail.
The recently developed Gippsland Lakes Discovery Trail connects the East Gippsland Rail Trail with Lake Entrance.
The Great Southern Rail Trail is now officially open through to Foster.
The first Railtrails Australia/Bicycle Victoria Rail Trails Conference, held on 17th October 2003, was a great success.