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The latest extension of the Mount Gambier Rail Trail has recently been completed with the trail now covering the city from the east to west boundary and completing the conversion of the entire former railway line. The shared path for cyclists and pedestrians was extended 1.2 kilometres from White Avenue to the city boundary on Tollner Road as part of stage four of the project.
“The high quality path is great for residents and visitors to Mount Gambier and it now covers all available rail line in Mount Gambier. – City of Mount Gambier Environmental Sustainability Officer Aaron Izzard
“It is hoped that the extension will assist with connecting users to a larger rail trail network across the region in the future.”
The $221,000 project was supported by a grant from the State Government Bicycle Fund and brings the total length of the trail to 12.4 kilometres.
This article first appeared on www.miragenews.com
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