The proposed Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail – a way forward (Funding is always the problem). … Continue reading
Bridges across creeks which flow into Lk Awoonga. The trail will provide unmatched views across the lake. … Continue reading
This week saw a major step forward in progressing our proposed Rail Trail.
Our thanks to all who have helped achieve this progress … Continue reading
The interest in, and enhanced experience of seeing the hogbacks in place is remarkable. Leaving these hog-backs in place would would leave a testament to a society and people who lived along the corridor and a way of life now gone. … Continue reading
The thought of having a rail trail on my doorstep is an exciting one and I was keen to see what the Boyne / Burnett had to offer. … Continue reading
Our group has been active since before Christmas 2017, and has recently come together as an incorporated association. BBIRT Inc wrote to the Gladstone Observer, and the Central North Burnett Times to outline the position of the new body. … Continue reading
Walking the rail tunnels which are located in the southern end of the Boyne Valley and easily accessed from Kalpowar at the top of the range, is a remarkable experience.
You are taken into another world via a remarkably easy gentle gradient walk through some very rugged Australian bush. The tunnels are a tribute to the excellent engineering skills and sheer hard labour of our forebears. … Continue reading
The Boyne Burnett Inland Rail trail has some remarkable and historic infrastructure, none more so than its bridges and tunnels. These are set in beautiful Australian bush landscapes.
This post depicts the Delgilbo to Mundubbera railway bridges constructed from 1905-1914. … Continue reading
It seems that rail trails such as the proposed Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail have appeal to a wide range of the population from across the world. … Continue reading
The proposed Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail will be a great example of utilising a disused rail corridor that has been re-purposed as a multi-use path. It runs from Gayndah to Taragoola near Gladstone in Central Queensland.
It is designed perfectly for walkers, bike riders and horses. … Continue reading