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The City of Kalamunda has announced they will be closing the Kalamunda Zig Zag scenic drive to vehicles from 30 May 2020. The closure will initially be a six month trial which will be used to gauge community support.

After nearly two decades of hard work by the community, the 21km rail trail officially opened today – the first rail trail on a government corridor in NSW.

Community members have been worked together to design and install a marvellous collection of photo panels.

Rail Trails Australia is very pleased to advise that the Victorian guidebook has been updated to cover new rail trail developments.

Building a rail trail in North East Tasmania has moved an important step forward with the State Government handing over control of the public land corridor to Dorset Council.

Four yet-to-be-developed rail trails in regional NSW have recently renewed their efforts to progress financing, planning and construction.

A former Victorian Railway’s wagon can now be admired at the Axedale station site well into the future.

Be part of history at the opening of NSW's first rail trail on a government corridor. 

The Committee has finalised our Rail Trails Australia Strategy for 2020-2022

Last Saturday the 7.5km Stage 1a of the Yarra Valley Trail from Lilydale to Yering was officially opened.