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The romantic notion of railways, transporting goods and people, for business or leisure, all over the land, linked by a ribbon of steel and connecting far-away communities has been consistent dream of children, authors and dreamers for the better part of 200 years.

The City of Greater Bendigo,  in partnership with communityvibe, is currently preparing a plan to guide the development and sustainable management of the O’Keefe Rail Trail.

A new paper on Active Transport for SE Queensland includes support for a Boonah - Ipswich trail to make Ipswich a major active recreation hub by linking the existing heavily utilised Brisbane Valley Rail Trail to the SE Queensland weekend destination of Boonah.

The City of Kalamunda in Western Australia has recently completed upgrades to the southern part of the Kalamunda Railway Heritage Trail.

The Committee and members of the Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail Inc. (in Queensland) travelled south to visit the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail over several days in October.

Momentus news was received this week --- the second rail trail on a former government rail line in NSW willl become a reality with the passage of legislation for two section of the proposed Northern Rivers Rail Trail.

South Australia's Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure in partnership with the City of Unley has developed a concept plan to substantially upgrade the Mike Tuter Bikeway.

Adelaide Hills Council has received $2.6 million of Federal funding to complete stage 4 of the popular Amy Gillett Bikeway Bikeway Rail Trail from Mount Torrens to Birdwood.

Construction of the Howard Springs to Coolalinga Shared Cycle Path in the Northern Territory was completed in December 2019.

At a meeting in late September 2020, Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council (CGRC) endorsed a budget allocation for landholder consultations along the proposed Cootamundra to Tumblong Rail Trail.