15/12/08

Coominya Section Opening On Saturday 15 November, Coominya celebrated its Christmas Carnival and became the next community in the Brisbane Valley to become the proud custodians of a section of the Brisbane Valley Rail Tr...

20/11/08

On the 29th October the newly resurfaced rail trail was opened. The complete distance of 54km has been widened and resurfaced. Grants from the State Government, Federal Government and the 3 local shires involved, amounti...

07/11/08

Railtrails Australia is pleased to announce its first calendar filled with exceptional photographs of rail trails from around Australia. Full details available Here....

07/11/08

From Sunday 9th November VLine trains to Wangaratta and Wodonga will be replaced by buses for approximately 18 months. During this time the broad gauge track between Seymour and Wodonga will be converted to standard gaug...

16/10/08

Expressions of interest are being sought for consultants to undertake a study into this proposed rail trail in southern NSW. It will use the NSW railway corridor between Coolac and Tumblong, through Gundagai (approx 30 k...

17/08/08

There are now over 100 rail trails in Australia, but there were only a handful in 1994 when the Victorian Government launched its rail trails program. In the same year, Railtrails Australia (then Australian Rails to Trai...

10/06/08

Wodonga Council has called for contractors to tender for the design and construction of a pedestrian-cycle path bridge over the Sandy Creek inlet, near Tallangatta. Construction of the 600m long bridge will remove a 5km ...

09/06/08

A reminder that the new 242 metre pedestrian bridge over the Tarwin River near Meeniyan will be officially opened on Friday 13th June at 10:30am This bridge removes one of the two diversions from the rail trail onto the ...

26/05/08

The Victorian Government has announced funding of $150,000 to upgrade the surface of the Bass Coast Rail Trail. Refer media release belwo for more details. For more information on the trail including a map, see our trail...

26/05/08

As part of a Masters in Business (Tourism and Event Management) course at Victoria University an online survey is being conducted on the proposed Yarra Valley Rail Trail from Lilydale to Yarra Glen and possibly Healesvil...