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A new section of the railtrail from Beechworth to Everton is now effectively complete. A 3-day ride is planned over the Labour Day weekend.

The information below was provided by the Warburton Rail Trail Committee of Management.

"Bridge the Gap" was the resounding message protesters delivered to the Minister for Conservation & Environment Sherryl Garbutt and the Mount Lilydale College.

While railtrails are generally developed along abandoned railway corridors, the term "railtrail" can also describe trails built beside operating railways within the railway easement. A group is promoting the development of a trail from Mt Victoria to Katoomba.

The Committee of Management and Friends of the Warburton Trail appeal for your support to save this trail after a decision by the Minister for Environment and Conservation.

On Monday 13 November Mark Plummer, founder of Railtrails Australia briefed representatives from several New South Wales State Government Agencies on railtrails.

The Minister for Conservation, Sherryl Garbut has notified the Warburton Trail's committee that the Government will not to allow construction of the railtrail on the original alignment into Lilydale. A protest rally is being organised on Sunday 19 November 2000.

Railtrails Australia is developing standards for signage on railtrails. We are looking for interested parties to participate in this proces.

Railtrails Australia is looking for someone to maintain our subscriber database. We are also looking for a news editor for the web site. Can you help?

Information from the First National Tracks and Trails Conference held in Mansfield in May is now available on-line at the Tourism Victoria web site.