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 conditions.
Businesses and tourism have been compromised and it is important at this time, more than ever to encourage the development of products that will attract visitors into regional NSW. Our Northern Rivers Rail Trail is the perfect project!
Have your say in Lismore
We have submitted our project to Your Say Lismore and you are able to register (easily) and vote for our project and make a comment. You don’t have to be a resident of Lismore, but you need to either work or visit Lismore in order to vote.
Go into link and register. Click on Planning for Lismore’s Future. Scroll down and click on submit your idea. Search for rail trail or you may just see it near to the top. Make a comment and click on the “love heart.”
Not as difficult as it sounds!
|Tweed is making good, positive progress with the assessment and design of the Rail Trail and is waiting on the NSW Government to complete its actions to enable the next phase of Tweed’s project delivery.
Richmond Valley Council are expecting their funding deed back soon, which will allow them to move forward with their project.
LISMORE CAR BOOT MARKET HAS STARTED FOR US AGAIN!
The next market day will be 1st March and we hope to have a special visitor from Rail Trails for NSW – Tim Coen! Please join us if you are in Lismore.
Save the Date for the grand opening of Tumbarumba!
The Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail will be officially opened on Friday 3 April 2020 with a full day of celebrations on Saturday 4 April. Spread the word and start getting ready, they can’t wait to see you all. Happy days ahead! This will be the first government funded rail trail in NSW!