BVRT Strategic Plan – Survey

BVRT Strategic Plan – Survey

Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Strategic Plan - Survey

Posted on 25.09.2018

The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail (BVRT) is Australia’s longest rail trail and connects many unique townships and landscapes throughout the Brisbane Valley from Wulkuraka to Yarraman.

There has been significant recent investment in infrastructure for the rail trail to create a longer distance experience for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.

There is now a great opportunity to capitalise on this investment and to generate significant benefits to local communities located along and near the rail trail. The Department of Transport and Main Roads have engaged Tredwell Management Services to deliver this project.

DOWNLOAD the BVRT Survey Flyer

How Can You Get Involved?
An online community survey has been developed to capture your thoughts and ideas, and highlight any challenges or opportunities associated with the BVRT, now and into the future.

The survey can be accessed via the following link:

The survey closes on Friday 2nd November 2018.




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