Just in case you needed another reason to experience Somerset’s Brisbane Valley Rail Trail, Somerset Regional Council won an engineering excellence award for the newest section of the trail on Thursday, 11 October 2018. This award recognises Council’s achievements and its collaboration with various stakeholders including all tiers of government to complete the project, which saw the newest section between Toogoolawah and Moore open to the public earlier this year.
The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail is now Australia’s longest recreational rail trail at 161km long, which follows the disused Brisbane Valley Railway line. The trail is open to walkers, mountain bikers, horse riders and is dog friendly.
For more information about the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail or to pick up a map, drop into one of Somerset’s visitor information centres at Esk, Fernvale, Kilcoy or Toogoolawah.
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Pop into one of our visitor information centres for more information.
Esk Visitor Information Centre
82 Ipswich Street, Esk
07 5424 2923
Fernvale Visitor Information Centre
1483 Brisbane Valley Highway, Fernvale
07 5427 0200
Kilcoy Visitor Information Centre
41 Hope Street, Kilcoy
07 5422 0440
Toogoolawah Visitor Information Centre
29 Factory Road, Toogoolawah
07 5423 1036