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Grounded in our rich heritage, the Wagga Rail Trail will be a gift for future generations. Creating a healthy, sustainable and connected community, this trail will make Wagga Wagga a more vibrant and liveable city.


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Our project is to develop a shared, off road trail connecting the centre of Wagga to Ladysmith village.

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The Wagga Rail Trail will be a 20km sealed, off-road trail connecting Wagga Wagga CBD with the village of Ladysmith.

Following a gentle gradient through rural countryside, the trail will pass Governor’s Hill and Brunslea Park, Forest Hill and the RAAF Base, before crossing the picturesque Kyeamba Creek floodplain via historic rail bridges.

It will be a safe, traffic free trail for passive recreation that everyone can enjoy.

Starting at the Visitor Information Centre, the trail will mostly follow the disused Wagga to Tumbarumba railway line. Access to the trail will also be available at Equex, with links to the Kooringal Rd and Riverside cycle ways.

The Trail will end at the Ladysmith Railway Station track head, with its unique display of heritage railway trikes.

A management committee of landowners, trail users and community services will manage and maintain the trail for the benefit of the whole community.

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These organisations are proud supporters of the Wagga Rail Trail: Brunslea ParkBicycle Wagga WaggaCommittee 4 WaggaRiverina Regional TourismWagga Business ChamberWagga Wagga City CouncilWagga Wilderness Walkers Inc. Click to read their statements of support.

Rex’s motto is that our Heart is in the Country and nothing can be closer to the truth when it comes to Rex’s investment in the City of Wagga Wagga over the past 15 years. The Wagga Rail Trail has the real potential to benefit the Wagga airport precinct through the provision of a safe cycle way that links the airport to our city. Furthermore the Wagga Rail Trail will stimulate tourism and discretionary spending which in turn will greatly benefit the socio-economic wellbeing of our City and the surrounding region.
— Warrick Lodge, General Manager Network Strategy & Sales , Regional Express.