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HAVE you used the Kilkivan-Kingaroy Rail Trail in the past year?
Gympie Regional Council would like to hear feedback from residents and businesses in Kilkivan, Goomeri and surrounds about the usability, economic and tourism benefits of the trail.
The Rail Trail was opened last year by the council in partnership with South Burnett Regional Council, with funding provided by the State Government.
Council has allocated its further funding in the 18/19 financial year to improve the trail, based on feedback informally provided by community and recreational users.
Gympie Regional Councillor for Division 6, Hilary Smerdon, said the Rail Trail had been an exciting addition to the western region's tourism sector.
This article first appeared on www.gympietimes.com.au
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