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We are always on the look out for interesting information relating to our country's rail history.  Here is some interesting information from Western Australia.

Cyclists, walkers and riders who visit the Camperdown to Timboon Rail Trail in future will be able to enjoy a new twenty kilometre adjoining trail thanks to $4.5m in funding from the Victorian Government.

As we moved towards the end of Autumn, there have been some absolutely perfect days for getting out on the rail trails --- it is okay to do this now in most states across Australia.

The Tweed Valley Rail Trail section of the Northern Rivers Rail Trail in NSW had a funding boost from $6.5M to $7.8M when Tweed MP Geoff Provest confirmed funding and the NSW government’s commitment to building the Rail Trail.

A key section of the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail, the Brassall Bikeway, has reopened.

Golden Plains Shire Council has secured a $500,000 grant from the Victorian Government’s Regional Infrastructure Fund to deliver the Three Trails Project.

The District Council of Mount Remarkable will match the South Australian Governments Opens Space and Places for People Grant of $100,000 toward the expansion of the Southern Flinders Ranges Rail Trail from Melrose to Booleroo Centre.

The NSW Government Department of Planning, Industry and Environment has announced a $75,000 funding boost towards the Richmond Vale Rail Trail Project, west of Newcastle in NSW.

COVID-19 has changed our lives. Social distancing and semi-lockdowns have become the norm but there are other social changes occurring that are beneficial.  

The Adelaide Hills Council has identified an extension of the Amy Gillett Rail Trail as a Priority Project