$9.9 Million for Bentley to Lismore

Kevin Hogan MP (Member for Page) has announced $9.9 million has been granted to construct the Bentley to Lismore Railway Station section. This means the section between Casino and Lismore is now fully funded! Says Kevin, “This is fantastic news … Continue reading

WE NEED LISMORE SUPPORTERS FOR THE RAIL TRAIL!

LISMORE CAMPAIGN ABOUT TO BEGIN Wow what a great team of supporters we had for the Tweed section of the Rail Trail!!  Now that we have found our feet again after the great turnout and result at Tweed Heads recently, … Continue reading

A chat with NRRT’s President Pat Grier and Phil Daly on Bay FM

Our wonderful president Pat Grier in conversation with Phil Daly on Bay FM Radio – about the Tweed Council decision win, economic benefits, Byron updates, and the actionable future of the Northern Rivers Rail Trail. Check out the audio below. … Continue reading

New England Rail Trail full steam ahead (NBN)

Link to NBN News – New England Rail Trail funding secured

Green light for Tweed leg of Northern Rivers Rail Trail

Council awards $11.8 million contract to progress design and construction of project. The next step in the Tweed leg of the Northern Rivers Rail Trail will move forward after Councillors voted last week to award an $11.8 million contract to … Continue reading

April 2021 Newsletter

Tweed Section Project Commences Soon! If you would like to register your business idea, go to yoursaytweed from the link below.https://www.yoursaytweed.com.au/RailTrail/survey_tools/register-of-business-interest  Tweed – Project is out to tender with the 4 pre-approved contractors, due in 14 May. Tenders will be evaluated … Continue reading

Tweed Section begins!

Link to February newsletter

A short history of our rail corridor debate

Link to Echo article written by David Lisle  

Works begins on Northern Rivers Rail Trail

Article in the Byron Echo – 7th January 2021

Xmas Newsletter

WE HOPE YOU HAVE A VERY HAPPY HOLIDAY From all of us from the Northern Rivers Rail Trail Team.         We acknowledge that 2020 has been a very challenging year for many and hope 2021 will be better. In spite … Continue reading