The trig stations in and around Garigal National Park and Red Hill Reserve in Sydney’s north are generally easy to access – unlike many of the nearby Ku-ring-gai Chase trig stations that demand serious navigation and off-track skills.
See also Trig Stations in Sydney’s North – which includes trigs in national parks and those scattered throughout the suburbs…
Boundary Trig is in good condition and is relatively easily reached - but doesn't have any view or offer any compelling reason to visit...
Just the concrete plinth remains of this trig station, which is only a few metres off the Carrol Trig Firetrail.
Cromer Heights trig station in Red Hill Reserve offers sweeping views over the bushland and to the ocean in the distance.
The Jones Trig Station is accessed via an informal and slightly overgrown track near the top of the Manly Dam Mountain Bike Trail.
Great views from the Narrabeen Trig Station, which is easily accessible via a service trail from Deep Creek Reserve.
Just the concrete base remains from the Pittwater trig station, which is hidden in the bush a short distance from the base of a couple of radio towers.
A relatively new trig station built in 1979, which is in scrub just above the Wakehurst Parkway.
There’s no evidence of the Wheeler Heights trig station. It’s easy to reach, but there are multiple (unofficial) signs indicating it's on private land.