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The '''Great Southern Rail Trail''' is a trail used by cyclists, pedestrians and horse riders that currently connects Leongatha with Foster in South Gippsland. The '''Great Southern Rail Trail''' is a trail used by cyclists, pedestrians and horse riders that currently connects Leongatha with Foster in South Gippsland.
-To the east, the trail is being extended from Nyora to Korumburra and on to Leongatha.+To the east, the trail is being extended to connect Nyora to Korumburra and Leongatha.<re>[https://www.southgippsland.vic.gov.au/gsrt Great Southern Rail Trail Projects], South Gippsland Shire Council</ref>
To the west, the trail is being extended from Welshpool to Alberton<ref>[https://www.premier.vic.gov.au/iconic-gippsland-rail-trail-extend-through-alberton Iconic Gippsland Rail Trail To Extend Through To Alberton], Premier of Victoria, 7 July 2021</ref> To the west, the trail is being extended from Welshpool to Alberton<ref>[https://www.premier.vic.gov.au/iconic-gippsland-rail-trail-extend-through-alberton Iconic Gippsland Rail Trail To Extend Through To Alberton], Premier of Victoria, 7 July 2021</ref>

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The Great Southern Rail Trail is a trail used by cyclists, pedestrians and horse riders that currently connects Leongatha with Foster in South Gippsland.

To the east, the trail is being extended to connect Nyora to Korumburra and Leongatha.<re>Great Southern Rail Trail Projects, South Gippsland Shire Council</ref>

To the west, the trail is being extended from Welshpool to Alberton[1]

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References

  1. Iconic Gippsland Rail Trail To Extend Through To Alberton, Premier of Victoria, 7 July 2021
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