There are not many trig stations in Berowra Valley National Park (in Sydney’s north), although most are fairly easy to reach. Some are in Berowra Valley National Park, and a number are along the highway and railway line, along the main ridge.
|TS3765 POGSON (217m)
A sorry-looking concrete plinth, near the junction of the Pogson Trig Trail and the Quarry Firetrail. A nice walk up from the Fishponds to the ridge.
Distance: 3km return from Quarry Road / 7.4km return from Quarter Sessions Road. Ease of Access: Easy
View: No views.
History: Last inspected December 1975
Location: 33°41’32.1″S 151°04’17.4″E.
More info: Pogson Trig Loop bushwalk & Geocaching Australia
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