30/06/06

The Mitchell, Murrindindi and Mansfield Councils have now adopted the Concept Design and Business Plan for the Goulburn River High Country Rail Trail. This rail trail will be on the former railway from Tallarook to Mansf...

26/06/06

The Watawa Recreation Trail at Gin Gin in Queensland has been developed on 3.5km of the former Bundaberg to Mt Perry railway line. Click here for more details of the rail trail....

25/06/06

The Federal Governemnt has announced funding for grants of up to $3000 for voluntary groups to purchase equipment. Refer to the Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs web site. The website also...

25/06/06

The Victorian State government has announced funding will be provided for the construction of a bridge over the very busy six lane Maroondah Highway at Lilydale on the Lilydale – Warburton Rail Trail, east of Melbo...

15/05/06

The commitee of the Christchurch – Little River rail trail have been working away for several years now and no doubt would love you to join them for the opening on Sunday 28th May 2006. The first 20km stage of this...

08/05/06

The 24km Linville to Blackbutt/Benarkin section of the former Brisbane Valley railway will be opened as a rail trail on Saturday June 3rd 2006. Click here for more details of the rail trail (updated). The Nanango Shire C...

01/05/06

The Nurragi Conservation Reserve on South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula is a good example of one of the original reasons for rail trails; to create long linking conservation corridors. Click here for more details ...

23/04/06

Approximately 400 people gathered on the banks of the Kiewa River at Bandiana, just outside Wodonga to watch the opening of the three bridges. It was performed at the main Kiewa River bridge by Robert Mitchell, Victorian...

06/03/06

The High Country Rail Trail currently extends from just east of Bandiana, near Wodonga in northeast Victoria, to Old Tallangatta around the shores of Lake Hume. Click here for more details of the rail trail including map...

06/03/06

As we have stated before we do not like to publicise commercial products but occasionally an extra bit of technology comes along that can freely assist rail trails. This time it is a program called Skype, owned by a larg...