Walhalla Goldfields Railway, one of the State's most popular tourist railways, which has been completely rebuilt since 1993. The line has a major bridge over
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Walhalla Goldfields Railway, one of the State's most popular tourist railways, which has been completely rebuilt since 1993. The line has a major bridge over the Thomson River which is listed on the National & State Heritage Registers, living proof of the skill of the original Victorian Railways engineers design and construction skills a century ago.
26 Feb 2014
An ecological thinning trial is proposed for Barmah–Millewa River Red Gum forests in Victoria and New South Wales, including within Barmah National Park. The health of River Red Gum forests has declined over the years as a result of altered flooding regimes, more frequent and intense droughts and regulation of…