Welcome to the Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail

“Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail” is an incorporated association aiming to facilitate a proposed development of the rail corridor from Taragoola (near Gladstone, Central Queensland), through the Boyne Valley, on to Monto, Eidsvold, Mundubbera and south through Gayndah.

The corridor is an inland link between Gladstone and Gayndah, which has great potential to attract tourists in numbers. In time, this website will showcase all the attractions along the trail.

If you have not seen some of the interesting places along the rail corridor, there are some interesting You Tube videos on our Galleries and Videos page.

You can read more about us here.

Keep up to date with new information about the trail and how it is progressing by following our blog. I encourage you to leave comments on the blog posts.

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A Survey about naming parts of the Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail

Branding is important for marketing and public recognition. The Feasibility Study author, in his report recommended three sections be developed first on the Trail. He refers to them as “The Awoonga Lake Rail Trail, The Kalpowar Tunnels Rail Trail and the Burnett River Bridges Rail Trail”. To the best of my knowledge, naming the first …

Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail, an economic driver for our region

two bikes on a bike rack on the back of a car in traffic

“It’s unbelievable the amount of money that’s just flowing down that (Brisbane Valley) rail trail” Leah, owner, Linville Hotel Recently members of Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail traveled to the Brisbane Valley to meet with Ambassadors from that trail. We stayed a few days to have a look around and drove the highway from Fernvale …