Popran National Park

There are not many trig stations in this national park on the Central Coast, which is between the Pacific Motorway and the Hawkesbury River. They are generally hidden in thick bush and require some bushwalking and navigation to reach…
AWAT6004-LR TS3236 OLIVE (309m)
A short side-trip on the way to Emerald Pool, this sorry-looking trig station is just off the bushwalking track to the top of Mount Olive.
Distance: 2.6km return from parking area on Ironbark Road.
Ease of Access: Moderate

View: None from trig; nice views over Popran NP from nearby
History: Last inspected Nov 2001

Location: 33°23’14.1″S 151°11’18.8″E.
More info: Emerald Pool bushwalk

Dharug National Park

Some of the hardest-to-reach trig stations lie in the rugged Dharug National Park. Although a handful are near bushwalking tracks or firetrails, many of them require a few hours of tough off-track bushwalking to reach.
IMG_3994-LR TS5643 WISEMAN (210m)
Singed by the 2019/20 bushfires but still standing, this trig station is one of the easiest ones to reach in Dharug NP. It’s about 150m off the Finchs Line track.
Distance: Approx 8km return via Devine Hill or Finchs Line (or 10km loop)
Ease of Access: Easy/Moderate

View: None from the trig or nearby
History: Last inspected Feb 1975

Location: 33°22’28.2″S 150°59’31.6″E.
More info: Devines Hill and Finchs Line bushwalk

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