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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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Latest News

( Posted: 21/07/2021 )
Sometimes it requires innovative ideas to achieve your objective - and this is certainly true of the currrent extension of the Great Southern more...
( Posted: 19/07/2021 )
Recently the Friends of the Bendigo Kilmore Rail Trail installed 'whistle post' style sign posts at road crossings along Victoria's O'Keefe more...
( Posted: 19/07/2021 )
On Monday 26 July, Wagga Wagga City Council (in NSW) will vote on a motion to give in-principle support for the development of rail trails in more...
( Posted: 14/07/2021 )
Following a $6m grant from the Victorian Government to the Wellington and South Gippsland Shire Councils, the Great Southern Rail Trail in more...
( Posted: 06/07/2021 )
The State Government has announced that a bridge for cyclists and pedestrians will be constructed over the Goodwood Railway Station on the Mike more...
( Posted: 02/07/2021 )
A Castlemaine-Maryborough rail trail has taken one small step closer to its planning stage with a decision by the Mt Alexander Shire more...
( Posted: 02/07/2021 )
More good news from NSW with funding for construction of NSW's third major rail trail. Federal MP Hon. David Littleproud and NSW MP Hon. John more...