- Rail Trail
- On Road
- Potential Rail Trail
- Other Trail
- former Railway
This trail follows four connected disused mining tramways, one with a tunnel.
Last updated: 28 August 2021
Traffic management has changed on approach to this trail since the 2003 Tasmanian Rail Trail guide book was produced.
After driving past the golf course from Zeehan, you can no longer drive straight through the tunnel. You must turn left and drive down what was previously a one way road to access the new parking area at the southern end of the tunnel and come back the same way.
A line of bollards now separates the gravel car park from the tunnel and a neatly grassed picnic ground surrounding a plaque describing the history of mining in that area. A timber walkway leads you from the picnic ground, through the tunnel to the road at the northern end.
Part way along the car park access road is a track which lets you continue to Comstock by 4WD or bicycle, or on foot.
Looking across the car park and picnic area from the southern tunnel entrance (Dec 2010)
The Northern entrance of the tunnel with the beginnings of a structure, possibly an interpretive sign. (Dec 2010)
Looking down the tunnel from the southern car park with bollards preventing vehicle access. (Dec 2010)
Looking toward the tunnel on the left and access road on the right. The commemorative plaque is in the foreground. (Dec 2010)