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Rail trails are shared-use paths recycled from abandoned railway corridors. Usually managed by local councils for the enjoyment of the general public, rail trails can be used for a range of purposes including walking, cycling and horse riding.


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Rail Trails for New South Wales

Lilydale to Warburton Rail Tail

Bass Coast Rail Trail

Collie-Darkan Rail Trail

Crater to Coast Rail Trail


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( Posted: 18/04/2021 )
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( Posted: 17/04/2021 )
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( Posted: 16/04/2021 )
The Mount Gambier Rail Trail in South Australia is to become an even better cycling and walking corridor for commuting and recreation more...
( Posted: 16/04/2021 )
The Southern Flinders Ranges Rail Trail in South Australia is to be extended 42km from Melrose to Stone Hut where it will link up with an more...
( Posted: 25/03/2021 )
The 18th annual Somerset Rail Trail Fun Run or Ride will be held on Sunday, 11 July 2021 along the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail – Australia’s more...
( Posted: 23/03/2021 )
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