The Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail is a recreational facility used by walkers, cyclists and horseriders. It is 40 kilometres long and follows the alignment of the old Lilydale to Warburton broad gauge railway which closed in 1965. Former station houses, platforms and track remnants may be seen along its length. The Trail has great social and historical significance to Victoria. It is surrounded by beautiful mountain and river scenery as it makes it way past vineyards, forest and farmland, crosses several bridges and passes along the edges of the Upper Yarra Valley's small towns. There are also links to the O'Shannassy Aqueduct Trail. For more information contact The Waterwheel. #warburton #warburtonvalley
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