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Discover the Northern Rivers Rail Trail: Your Ultimate Guide to Adventure

Are you ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure through picturesque landscapes, historic bridges, and scenic tunnels?

The Tweed section of the Northern Rivers Rail Trail beckons, offering an exciting journey for hikers, cyclists, and nature enthusiasts of all kinds. Whether you're a seasoned trailblazer or simply seeking a leisurely escape, this rail trail promises an experience like no other. In this guide, we'll provide you with all the need-to-know information to ensure your journey is safe, enjoyable, and filled with breathtaking moments.

Ride bikes at Northern Rivers Rail Trail

The Northern Rivers Rail Trail stretches through an enchanting region of New South Wales, Australia. This trail is a testament to the region's natural beauty, featuring lush greenery, crystal-clear creeks, and diverse wildlife. The trail takes you through the heart of the Tweed Valley, known for its stunning landscapes, making it a must-visit destination for nature lovers.

Scenery of Rail Trail

The Tweed section of the Northern Rivers Rail Trail features 26 bridges and 2 tunnels. Of the 26 bridges, you will cross 16 of them which are a mix of new timber bridges and new modular bridges.

The 2 tunnels are Burringbar Range Tunnel (500 m) and Hulls Road Tunnel (50 m). Burringbar Range Tunnel is one of NSW’s longest train tunnels coming in at 500 m. Unlike many rail tunnels in Australia, it is long enough to provide suitable darkness for microbats to roost in. The tunnel also provides an excellent dark moist habitat for glow worms to thrive.

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After an exhilarating day exploring the Tweed section of the Northern Rivers Rail Trail, there's no better way to unwind and recharge than by retreating to a cozy and comfortable accommodation that's nestled in the heart of nature. Look no further than Mt Warning Rainforest Park, your ideal escape into the serenity of the rainforest.

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Mt Warning Rainforest Park

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