Reshaping our volunteer experience thanks to MASC

Reshaping our volunteer experience thanks to MASC

Reshaping our volunteer experience thanks to MASC 15 October, 2021 Dare to dream? You betcha. We do a lot of that here at CMRT1 This time we’re daring to imagine we can become an organisation-of-choice for talented and motivated volunteers from Maryborough to...
Councils unite behind trail feasibility study

Councils unite behind trail feasibility study

Councils unite behind trail feasibility study  7 October, 2021 The two shires bracketing the proposed Castlemaine-Maryborough Rail Trail have committed funds for a major feasibility study. Central Goldfields is the latest contributor agreeing to match the $6K pledged...
Doco filming starts thanks to Maldon Bank

Doco filming starts thanks to Maldon Bank

DOCO FILMING STARTS THANKS TO MALDON BANK GRANT 2 October, 2021 We’ve started filming a short documentary film about the rail trail. The film will follow the path of the trail and its stories past, present and future to be told through people from the...
Website launch gives us reach and impact, Trail Blazers!

Website launch gives us reach and impact, Trail Blazers!

Website launch gives us reach and impact, Trail Blazers! 15 September, 2021 Boom! Boom! They’re the big sounds following our website and e-newsletter tandem launch earlier this month. CMRT launched its funky and functional website in August and a few days later...
One small step closer to a trail with the council Tango!

One small step closer to a trail with the council Tango!

One small step closer to a trail with the council Tango! 12 August, 2021  It’s been a big couple of months, Trail Blazers! Mt Alexander Shire has promised $6K to fund a pre-study for our trail this financial year. We reckon Central Goldfields will be quick to match...
Thank you volunteers! We want to hear from you.

Thank you volunteers! We want to hear from you.

Thank you volunteers! We want to hear from you. 1 August, 2021 We love our volunteers! You keep us in the game. So, a big welcome to Lynden Courtney, Frank Kinnersley, Deb Macer and Dr Danielle Orr who’ve just joined us as volunteers.  Currently more than 20 people...