Welcome to the RTAA
Welcome to
the RTAA
The RTAA was established in 1973 with the aim of promoting the interests of track workers and infrastructure within the Australian rail sector.
The constitution has recently been changed to embrace all of rail infrastructure and to reflect the diverse nature of the industry.
The RTAA's Objectives
The RTAA's
The objectives of the RTAA include fostering ideas and information-sharing, bringing together rail infrastructure specialists and collaborating with government and other agencies. A strategic plan developed every three years ensures the organisation's priorities remain current and consistent with member views.
Become a Member
a Member
Join the RTAA - membership is open to the corporate sector, government agencies and individuals. There are many member benefits including access to technical and networking evenings, discounted events and being part of the Australasian rail community.
RTAA Events - Bigger and Better than Ever
RTAA Events -
Bigger and Better than Ever
RTAA’s events provide an opportunity to network with other members of the rail community and discuss the latest in rail technology, projects, people and issues. The show-case event is the Field Days and it is the biggest outdoor rail exhibition in the southern hemisphere.
Get Involved
Get Involved
Most of all – the RTAA is about celebrating the diversity and success of the Australian rail community. So get involved, tell us what you think or come to one of the RTAA’s events – the RTAA is for members and the community.

No Tie Dinner

Details for the 2016 No Tie Dinner are on our Events page.

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The Rail Track Association Australia, (RTAA), is a voluntary, not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to pursuing and promoting the interests of rail infrastructure within the Australian community. With a proud history which began in 1973, the RTAA brings together owners, contractors, consultants, manufacturers, suppliers, academics, research and development personnel, regulators and individuals who are part of the Australian rail community. Membership is invited from individuals, corporations, government bodies, tertiary education and institutions.


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