Views and vistas
Discover the natural beauty of the Rail Trail with these must-visit spots that offer breathtaking views and exciting experiences. With so much to explore, you won’t want to miss a thing.
- Marvel at the magical views of Wollumbin/Mount Warning and immerse yourself in the stunning scenery surrounding the Rail Trail and Gallery connection point at the base of the stairs at the Tweed Regional Gallery and Margaret Olley Art Centre.
- Visit Colin Street Bridge for panoramic vistas across the cane and grazing fields. Take in the scenic coastal hinterland with views to Murwillumbah with Kielvale in the distance.
- For engineering enthusiasts, Dunbible Bridge is a restored feat to marvel. The spanned bridge is impressive and a must-see for anyone interested in structural design.
- Take a break at the Dunbible heritage platform off Stokers Road. With 2 bridges less than 1 km in either direction, it’s an ideal rest spot. Marvel at the steel truss bridge from the 1890’s and take in the timber bridge with great views toward Wollumbin.
- The Burringbar South Bridge is a picturesque spot that offers a stunning view of the creek below. The surrounding scenery is simply beautiful.
- The section between Hulls Road Tunnel to Crabbes Creek is a must-visit for nature lovers. The canopy is simply beautiful, providing a cool and shady area that envelopes you in nature’s embrace.
- Be inspired by the Burringbar Range Tunnel, where you can enjoy a shady and cool experience with a slight breeze passing through the 500 m tunnel on a good day.
- Don’t miss the largest and most impressive bridge on the Tweed section – the Mooball Bridge. It’s a great example of engineering mastery and is exciting for all visitors.
You can read more about the bridges and tunnels here or explore the towns and villages along the Rail Trail by place. For more detailed information about the Rail Trail, please refer to our frequently asked questions.