The easiest-to-reach trig stations are in and around Newcastle, where some of them are in bushland reserves and suburban areas.
Many other trig stations are scattered across sometimes rugged and remote peaks of Yengo National Park and the Watagan mountains.
A trig point with a great view, Careys Peak Trig Station is on the top of Careys Peak in Barrington Tops. There are a couple of bushwalking routes you can take to reach the trig station and lookout.
Shepherds Hill Trig is situated next to the Newcastle Memorial Walk, which offers spectacular ocean views and commemorates the soldiers who enlisted to serve in World War I.
A well preserved trig station in the suburbs of Newcastle, the Waratah Trig is situated in a small reserve with filtered views over the surrounding area.