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Queensland’s 161 km Brisbane Valley Rail Trail is one of Australia’s busiest and most popular rail trails.

The Peel Alliance (comprising Mandurah, Murray, Serpentine-Jarrahdale, Waroona and Boddington Councils) has recently released their FUTURE PEEL State funding submission. Focusing on a variety of infrastructure, jobs and tourism initiatives, the document identifies two significant rail trail opportunities, both within a short drive of the Perth metropolitan area.

The Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail Committee, led by Owen and Cathy Fitzgerald and Debbie and Grant Harris, has been recognised in the NSW Australia Day awards for 2021, winning the Tumbarumba Region’s Community Group of the Year award.

The Barossa Cycle Hub in Tanunda (South Australia) re-opened this week after an extended closure during 2020 due to Covid-19.

Friends groups inspire their community to get behind the planning, development and construction of Rail Trails. Here is a team of people who are passionately working to establish a rail trail between Castlemaine and Maryborough in Central Victoria.

In 2014 the quartet of timber bridges over the Latrobe Floodplain just north of Traralgon were revamped for use thanks to a Victorian Government-funded project to upgrade the trail from Cowwarr to Traralgon.

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.