There are a series of trig stations along the south coast of NSW and in the hinterland just beyond the coast. Some are located within national parks, but many are are in public reserves along the foreshore.
The Dromedary Trig Station on top of Gulaga (Mount Dromedary) is a traditional trig with metal vane and timber post, on a rock cairn.
Durras Trig is a traditional concrete plinth on top of Durras Mountain. It's accessed by a few different routes, including the popular Pretty Beach to Pebbly Beach Loop bushwalk.
The North Head trig station is on the edge of North Head in Murramarang National Park. Stunning coastal view from this well-preserved trig staton.
Although the physical trig station now lies under a viewing platform, the Pigeon House Trig has one of the best views of any trig station in NSW! Getting to the trig requires a 2-3hr bushwalk with a steep ascent.
The Termeil trig station is on a low headland at Bawley Point and is easy-to-reach. There are nice coastal views from the trig point.