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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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Latest News

( Posted: 26/01/2021 )
One of Rail Trails Australia's Queensland representatives met with the prime minister during his recent tour of central Queensland. more...
( Posted: 19/01/2021 )
A new 200 metre section of the Outer Circle Rail Trail – also known as the ‘Anniversary Trail’ – in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs has more...
( Posted: 12/01/2021 )
The beginning of a brand new year, and the beginning of a brand new rail trail. more...
( Posted: 30/12/2020 )
Watching the smoke and steam from the first trains to puff across the newly opened Snowy River Trestle Bridge in 1916, residents of the Orbost more...
( Posted: 28/12/2020 )
More than 50 years after the last train to Kilcoy set out from Caboolture, the rail corridor came to life again just in time for Christmas more...
( Posted: 11/12/2020 )
A new amenities block on the Fernleigh Track rail trail in NSW will include an accessible toilet, two unisex toilets and bike racks more...
( Posted: 07/12/2020 )
What did you do on Friday 13th? Perhaps nothing if you are superstitious! Yet six members of the Friends of the Bendigo-Kilmore Rail Trail, plus more...