22/12/15

Rail Trails Australia is a volunteer not-for-profit member-based organisation and we are again seeking the views of our paid members about our work. The views of people interested inn rail trail development but not finan...

23/11/15

There are several fallen Trees along the Blakbutt to Benarkin Section of the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail. Please use care while using this section on the BVRT. It is still safe to use this section of the BVRT and all rema...

23/11/15

Don’t own a horse, Dont ridea bike, Well here is your chance to walk a section of the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Join the Ipswich Bushwalkers hike along the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail from Wanora – Fernvale (...

21/11/15

One of the most obvious “gaps” in the Victorian rail trail network to be filled is the 12km extension to Yarra Glen of the popular Lilydale – Warburton Rail Trail . After many years of work on this exte...

04/11/15

The Shire of Augusta Margaret River will be officially opening the recently completed 4.5km extension of the Wadandi Track (Busselton – Flinders Bay Rail Trail) from Gnarawary Road to Redgate Road, Witchcliffe on S...

31/10/15

The Shire of Augusta Margaret River will be officially opening the recently completed 4.5km extension of the Wadandi Track (Busselton – Flinders Bay Rail Trail) from Gnarawary Road to Redgate Road, Witchcliffe on S...

27/10/15

The 40km Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail is one of Australia’s most popular rail trails. This is your chance to provide feedback to the rail trail managers, the Shire of Yarra Ranges, as they have an online survey...

27/10/15

Users of the Fernvale to Lowood section of the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail are asked to use caution ,due to a major super cell storm that hit this area on Tuesday 27 October, Winds of 150km/h hit the area and several tree...

22/10/15

Rail Trails for NSW had an information stand at the Sydney Spring Cycle event held on Sunday 18th October 2015. This annual event attracts around 10,000 cyclists, doing different distances around the streets of Sydney, a...

11/10/15

Now that the extension of the O’Keefe Rail Trail is open providing 50km of continuous trail between Bendigo and Heathcote, the various organisations involved are not resting on their laurels with several developmen...