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A further 12km section of the rail trail has been opened and Rail Trail "Ambassadors" announced.
On the 29th October the newly resurfaced rail trail was opened. The complete distance of 54km has been widened and resurfaced.
Railtrails Australia is pleased to announce its first calendar filled with exceptional photographs of rail trails from around Australia.
From Sunday 9th November VLine trains to Wangaratta and Wodonga will be replaced by buses, which have limited provision for carrying bikes.
Expressions of interest are being sought for consultants to undertake a study into this proposed rail trail in southern NSW.
An archive of the Railtrails Australia newsletter from 1994 to 2008 is now available. Through it you can follow the development of Australia's rail trails network.
The City of Wodonga has called for tenders to reinstate the landmark 600m bridge over Sandy Creek Inlet, near Tallangatta
A reminder that the official opening of the Pumphouse Bridge over the Tarwin River is occurring this Friday with further celebrations over the weekend.
The Victorian Government has announced funding of $150,000 to upgrade the surface of the Bass Coast Rail Trail.
Closing date is 12pm Sunday 1st June.
A description and map of the recently-opened Sidings Rail Trail has been added to the website.
Horse yards to open at Linville on May 25th and Moore to Linville & Fernvale to Lowood sections reopened.
This rail trail from Oberon to Hazelgrove was officially opened on the 31st march 2008
The major new pedestrian bridge over the Tarwin River is now open.
On Monday 25th Febraury 2008 a collection of interested people gathered near the station site in Port Fairy to see the first sods turned to start the new 37km trail.
A reminder that the Draft Plan for this rail trail is available for public comment, with submissions due by the 31st of January 2008.