This trail is in two parts, separated by a short diversion through Rokeby. It is part of the Warragul to Noojee branch line which is also home of the impressive Noojee Trestle Bridge Rail Trail.
Starting at Rokeby, north of Warragul, in Livonia Street, east end of Rokeby Reserve, this trail follows the original formation for 4 kms to a locality called Crossover, where there is an old wooden bridge over the railway formation. This trail has a reasonable, compacetd surface, although it can get muddy.
From Crossover, the trail immediately connects with the Rokeby to Neerim Trail. This trail follows the road reserve for 3 km to Neerim South, then to Neerim, another 5.6 km, with views of the railway formation and surrounding hills and valleys the whole way. There are seats spaced at 1 km intervals along the trail for the comfort of the weary traveller.
- Rokeby to Crossover
- North of Warragul, 103km from Melbourne
- Surface – Coarse gravel
- Terrain – Dense bushland
For more information and a location map please visit RailTrails Australia.