MASSIVE FLOODING IN NSW SHOWS US WHY TRAILS ARE BETTER TO BUILT ON FORMATION Many areas of NSW have been under siege by fires and now floods. Our thoughts and best wishes are with those who have been devastated by these extreme … Continue reading

Xmas 2019 Newsletter

SOME GOOD NEWS FROM TWEED! * Council has been advised that a funding deed will be offered in December and all being well this could reduce further delays by up to 3 months. * Council is considering a report at … Continue reading

October Newsletter

THANK YOU TO ALL OUR LOYAL SUPPORTERS! Without you it would be very difficult to keep up the momentum. We have all been working together now since 2013 and have pretty much the same team now as at the start- … Continue reading

September Newsletter

MY COMMUNITY PROJECT Congratulations to the successful My Community Projects recently announced.  Lismore electorate has three funded, and although we weren’t successful this time around, NRRT’s project was voted 7th out of the 34 projects submitted for a grant!! Pretty … Continue reading

July 2019 Newsletter

CASINO / LISMORE UPDATE THE NORTHERN Rivers Rail Trail (NRRT) business case has been presented to Richmond Valley Council at their last meeting. The business case, prepared by Bathurst-based consultancy BusinessSense, covers the 45km Casino-to-Eltham section of the 130kms Casino-to-Murwillumbah railcorridor. Richmond Valley and … Continue reading

Bipartisan support for Rail Trail!

LISMORE/CASINO UPDATE  THE NATIONALS ANNOUNCE $7.5 MILLION TOWARDS STAGE TWO  Federal Member for Page, Kevin Hogan, has announced that if re-elected a Coalition Government will commit $7.5 million to the Northern Rivers Rail Trail.  He says the money will assist in funding … Continue reading

Saffin declares support for rail trail

www.echo.net.au Safin supports rail trail


WE ARE ON THE SCCU COMMUNITY GRANT LIST Our application has reached the Voting Stage. Voting closes on Sunday 18th November. Please vote from this link www.sccu.com.au    

NEWSLETTER October 2018

UPDATE ON TWEED SECTION OF THE RAIL TRAIL   Tweed council still working hard for us! A heritage consultant was commissioned in July to undertake several localised heritage management plans with the first work, a heritage conservation management plan and precinct plan for the Murwillumbah Railway Station … Continue reading

NEWSLETTER August 2018

Tweed Team working hard for us! A heritage consultant has been commissioned to undertake several localised heritage management plans, commencing with a heritage conservation management and precinct plan for the Murwillumbah Railway Station. An addendum to the Tweed Valley Rail … Continue reading