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One of Rail Trails Australia's Queensland representatives met with the prime minister during his recent tour of central Queensland.

A new 200 metre section of the Outer Circle Rail Trail – also known as the ‘Anniversary Trail’ – in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs has opened, allowing cyclists to avoid riding on residential streets.

The beginning of a brand new year, and the beginning of a brand new rail trail.

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 district would have found it hard to imagine that more than a century later Victoria’s longest timber rail bridge would be a pedestrian and cycling crossing on the East Gippsland Rail Trail.

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 2020.

A new amenities block on the Fernleigh Track rail trail in NSW will include an accessible toilet, two unisex toilets and bike racks nearby.

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 one member from the Junortoun Community Action Group, were out on the O’Keefe Rail Trail on 13 Nov, installing place name signs.

The Riesling Trail Management Committee, with assistance from the Federal Government, SA Government Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing and the Grosset Gaia Fund, has replaced the existing bridge on the Riesling Trail with a new bridge which is 3 metres wide.

A group of residents in the Greenethorpe district are calling on surrounding communities to show support for a proposed Rail Trail in the Central West of NSW between Greenethorpe and Grenfell. This is a long disused branch line from Koorawatha, on the Blayney to Demondrille line.

Gippsland’s local Federal Member of Parliament “Darren Chester”, the Minister of Veteran Affairs, recently secured a $267,000 grant for the Gippsland Plains Rail Trail to fund improvements to this iconic rail trail.