There are many trig stations in the coastal national parks and surrounding areas to the south of Sydney – a total of 17 trigs are accessible in the Royal and Heathcote National Parks, and more lie just outside. Some are buried in thick scrub, while others are reached via an easy stroll…

Only the concrete plinth remains of the Bundeena Trig Station. It's in bushland next to Bundeena Drive in the Royal National Park.
The Saddle trig station in in the Royal National Park is easy to reach, being right next to the trail down to Marley Beach.


Roger Skinner · March 18, 2021 at 4:44 am

g’day looking for Peach Tree Trig… it was located in the Royal National Park somewhere about Sir Bertram Stevens Drive… I am talking 1963 or so… as a scout on one of many journeys down the south coast of NSW

    oliverd :-) · March 18, 2021 at 5:34 am

    Hi Roger, Peach Trees (TS3685) is at -34.10792, 151.04405, about 100m east of the Uloola Falls Track. It’s on my map of trig stations, but not one I’ve visited yet…

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