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


COUNCILLORS VOTE 8 TO 3 IN FAVOUR OF TRAIL At the Lismore Council meeting on Tuesday night, councillors voted in favour of supporting the rail trail by allocating $15,000 towards the business case. Richmond Valley Council has also given $15,000 towards … Continue reading

Tweed Shire – Stage 1 Murwillumbah to Crabbes Creek

Click on this link to see the progress on Stage 1 of the Rail Trail on the Tweed Shire web site.

The ‘invisible’ bridge that will cost $1 million to fix

Evernote link to article about the ‘invisible’ bridge


SEEKING VOLUNTEERS TO HELP WITH MAINTENANCE OF THE TWEED SECTION OF THE RAIL TRAIL These marvellous volunteers call themselves the “Wednesday Warriers” and love the work they do on the Grand Ridge Rail Trail in Victoria.  They feel a need to support the … Continue reading

Will we ever get trains back?

This is a link to Evernote and a summary of a Northern Star article. This is the link to the Northern Star article but you need to be a subscriber to access it:

A total of 360 jobs for the rail trail

Kevin Hogan flyer (if small click on for full size)

BayFM Byron Business interview with Pat Grier

This interview was with Phil Daly from Byron Business BayFM (about 14 minutes)   Dropbox NRRT Pat Grier interview BayFM Byron Business mp3    

Greens MP’s rail comments ‘simply not credible’

A Northern star article with Marie Lawton