NEWSLETTER Over $62K reached in 3.5 weeks! Only 2.5 days left & our target is $75K!

What a brilliant effort – we may as well keep it going! The money we raise, we keep – which will be a great help. The more we have, the better the engineering plan will be. The campaign has been fantastic – … Continue reading

NEWSLETTER Northern Rivers Rail Trail could be a reality with your help!

$51K reached in 3 weeks! Only 1 week left and our target is $75K! The money we raise, we keep – which will be a great help. The more we have, the better the engineering plan will be. The campaign has been … Continue reading

NEWSLETTER Legislation passed for Rail Trail in Tumbarumba

A HISTORIC DAY for Rail Trails in NSW ..! The NSW Upper House passed amendments almost unanimously (35 FOR and only 2 against) to the  ‘TRANSPORT ADMINISTRATION AMENDMENT (CLOSURE OF RAILWAY LINE BETWEEN ROSEWOOD AND TUMBARUMBA) BILL 2017’ The amendment was … Continue reading

‘Crucial’ crowdfunding campaign

https://www.northernstar.com.au/news/crucial-crowdfunding-campaign-for-northern

Tamara Smith ends Greens opposition to rail trails

Click on link to read complete Northern Rivers story https://www.northernstar.com.au/news/tamara-smith-backs-rail-trail-in-parliament/3176968/

Robbie McEwen – Patron

Robbie McEwen – world class cyclist is now a patron for NRRT along with Doug Anthony

May Newsletter

SAVING THE RAIL CORRIDOR IS A STEP CLOSER The Casino to Murwillumbah rail corridor is safer this week after the State Government introduced legislation to preserve the Rosewood to Tumbarumba corridor near Wagga Wagga.  Minister Andrew Constance lodged the Transport … Continue reading

Two councils join forces

Two councils join forces for rail trail (northernstar)

April Newsletter

FLOODING IN THE NORTHERN RIVERS There has been extensive damage in the Northern Rivers, as you probably know, from heavy rains and winds as a result of Cyclone Debbie. Parts of Murwillumbah and Lismore have been devastated. Some of the railway line … Continue reading

March 2017 Newsletter

TWEED UPDATE The Tweed council recently put in a second submission to the Federal Government for funding. It is looking very positive. They are hoping the State will match it 50/50. This section goes between Murwillumbah and Crabbes Creek. General … Continue reading