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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: 31/07/2020 )
As we wait for the legislation to go through NSW parliament for Tweed Valley Rail Trail corridor to be transfered to crown land, the Casino to more...
( Posted: 30/07/2020 )
Over an extended period, Tallangatta and Bonegilla High Country Rail Trail volunteers and staff from Parklands Albury Wodonga have been working more...
( Posted: 20/07/2020 )
Users of the Bellarine Rail Trail in Victoria are relieved to see the completion of the new Drysdale Bypass road project. more...
( Posted: 18/07/2020 )
The Wakefield Regional Council in the mid north of South Australia, has opened the 26km Copper Rail Trail from Port Wakefield to Balaklava. This more...
( Posted: 15/07/2020 )
The three councils responsible for the Great Victorian Rail Trail (GVRT) have engaged with Tourism North East to deliver a Strategic Development more...
( Posted: 11/07/2020 )
With the success of the nearby Tumbarumba to Rosewood rail trail in attracting tourists now clear, business owners and local stakeholders headed more...
( Posted: 03/07/2020 )
The $2.5m Barossa Adventure Station was officially opened on 4 July 2020. The Barossa Council and the community are to be congratulated for more...