The Tweed section of the Northern Rivers Rail Trail is now open.
The Northern Rivers Rail Trail is a shared recreation and nature trail where users can walk, ride and explore at their own pace. The rail trail preserves and protects the Murwillumbah to Casino section of the former North Coast Railway Line as a community asset for all.
The Tweed section starts at the state heritage listed Murwillumbah Railway Station and connects to the Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre and continues through to the villages of Stokers Siding, Burringbar and Mooball before concluding at Crabbes Creek.
The Tweed section features 7 historic station sites, 26 bridges and 2 tunnels.
Boasting a rich and biodiverse natural environment the rail trail celebrates the regions Aboriginal culture, local history and rail heritage.