Experiencing the highs of a walk along the Riesling Trail are Chairman of the Riesling Trail, Allan Mayfield, with Apex members Nedd Golding [National President] and Nathan Skinner, and Pepsi, Nathan’s beautiful dog.
Walkers, runners and cyclists will know when they have reached the pinnacle of an outing along the Riesling Trail, thanks to the latest interpretive sign. The marker, is about nine kilometres south of Clare, indicates the Trail’s highest point.
Allan Mayfield, Chairman of the Riesling Trail Management Committee and Gerke Klopper were on the Trail on Saturday morning erecting the “Barinia” sign post at the Northern end of the Riesling Trail.Continue reading
An enthusiastic crowd enjoyed the Official Opening of the Riesling Trail Trailhead at the top of Lennon Street, Clare.
Officiating were CLare and Gilbert Valleys Mayor Allan Aughey and Geoff Brock MP, who unveiled the new Riesling Trail sign at the Trailhead.Continue reading
Thanks to the continued efforts of the Riesling Trail Committee we now have a number of new signs along the trail. The signs provide information about Riesling Trail Business Partners that help the committee maintain and improve the Riesling Trail – please support them!Continue reading
The Clare railway yard crane, which has been located in the old railway yards, has now been relocated to the Lennon St Trailhead site as a permanent reminder of the railway heritage of the Riesling Trail.Continue reading
Sunday 7th July 2013 marked a special occasion for the Riesling Trail – “Drover & his Sheep” Sculpture was officially celebrated on New Road Clare by Artist and Sculptor Ty Manning and organised by Ann and Ryves Hawker.Continue reading