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We rode the Trail from Anderson (Phillip Island turn-off) to Wonthaggi. The trail is a good firm gravel surface all the way apart from the last Km or so into Wonthaggi which is bitumen. The highlight was the view from the trestle bridge over the...More
The rail trail is an excellent way to get out and see parts of the Gippsland region. The trail is easy to find, there is parking opportunity and any fitness level can use it. The path is flat and wide enabling use by both pedestrians...More
Visited on Sunday 25th February. We stopped at the old station buildings to have a look, very glad they are still there and being used by the local community today. Time didn't allow us to venture off on the trail this time but will next...More
Starting at Anderson, there is a car park and bus stop for easy access. Having never been on a rail trail before, we were amazed at what a great bike track it is. A lovely way to see the countryside and spectacular coastline. It is...More
Friends asked me to come and ride with them on this trail, but I decided to do a walk instead. It's mostly flat which is good for my dodgy knees but also good for those younger kids who didn't want to ride.
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The Bass Coast Rail Trail is great for a walk or a bike ride, you will see lot's of blue wrens ducking in and out of the bush. It is a really nice ride on your bike, go as far as you want along the...More
this trail is good but it can be windy in some sections, you may see kangaroos,birdlife and the odd Lizard.the trail is hard packed topping with a couple of small sections near kilcunda that has soft sand over the trail.it also goes all the way...More
We have now ridden this whole trail over a couple of sessions due to time restraints. The surface is good although would be boggy when wet. The northern section is beautiful with great views over Westernport Bay but comes to a messy end with no...More