The Wagga Rail Trail committee is pleased to announce the official commencement of the Wagga Rail Trail implementation plan. It was our pleasure to welcome Adam Holmstrom and John Hepper of Inspiring Place to Wagga at the end of April, to begin phase one of the implementation plan.Read More
The Wagga Rail Trail Committee is excited to announce a significant project milestone this month. Inspiring Place – a firm of urban planners and landscape architects, has been appointed to undertake the trail Implementation Plan.Read More
The vivid green Superb Parrot is a special bird that nests in protected bushland close to the proposed Wagga Rail Trail route at Governor’s Hill. With less than 5000 breeding pairs left in the wild, it is an extremely vulnerable parrot, classified nationally as a Threatened Species.Read More
Four members of the Wagga Rail Trail Committee recently attended a workshop to give feedback on the Wagga Wagga Integrated Transport Strategy (WWITS), which is broad plan for the future direction of transport infrastructure and services for Wagga Wagga for the next 30 years.Read More
It’s time to take a stand and make your pledge to support the Wagga Rail Trail. To bring the trail to life we need a design plan, which costs upward of $60,000.Read More
Wagga Rail Trail Inc. invites all members to attend the Annual General Meeting of the association.Read More
The ‘Make the Wagga Rail Trail Pozible’ Crowd Funding campaign was launched on Thursday night to a crowd of more than 100 local people at the Thirsty Crow Brewery.Read More
The traditional approach to fundraising has been turned it on its head with an enterprising venture to be launched tonight in Wagga to raise $40,000 in just three weeks.Read More
Electric bicycles or ‘e-bikes’ are bikes equipped with a small electric motor that provides assistance up to 25km/hr. It’s like riding with a permanent tailwind!Read More
Last month our new Council voted unanimously to give in principle support for the Wagga Rail Trail. Mayor Greg Conkey put forward a Mayoral minute in favour of the project and spoke positively about the huge range of benefits that the trail could bring to Wagga.Read More
This month sees the Wagga Rail Trail project move into the next exciting stage of development.
To bring the Wagga Rail Trail to life we need a design plan!
Sitting in your car is bad for your physical health… and mental health too. Sitting in a car, on Kooringal Rd, Lake Albert Rd or the Sturt Highway n traffic for what feels like ages each day – sounds like great fun, doesn’t it?Read More