The Burnett River Rail Trail, in association with Gayndah Heritage Railway Rail Trail (parent body), is a non-profit organization with a vision to preserving the rail corridor from Gayndah to Mundubbera as a rail trail.

The proposed Burnett River Rail Trail is located in  the heart of citrus country in Queensland. The 37 kilometre rail trail between Gayndah  and Mundubbera, hosts magnificent views of the Burnett River, unique flora and fauna as well as many spectacular bridges built more than 100 years ago.

The Burnett River Rail Trail group  envision the proposed rail trail as a catalyst for job creation, employment and community involvement.

Building on the rail trails existing assets, further enhances the development of the business, leisure, recreation and health sectors of the North Burnett Region.

This will be made possible by recognition of the educational, cultural, environmental and heritage values of the North Burnett Region, as well as making available to regional, state and international visitors, an affordable budget tourism package.

The opportunity to establish a rail trail from Gayndah to Mundubbera will benefit all aspects of the community, health, tourism and economic input into our communities. Rail trails draw many tourists from Australia and overseas, contributing to the community organizations and businesses in our region.

For further details on the Burnett River Rail Trail please contact:

Burnett River Rail Trail Ambassador

Mike Goebel

Phone: (07) 41 612 605