Officially, there are 64 publicly accessible trigs within the ACT’s nature parks and reserves – and just over 100 if you include trig stations located on private land.

  • The Parks ACT Trig-pointing site is the official government Web site listing the 64 publicly accessible trigs.
  • Download trig stations from the ACT Government Geospatial Data Catalogue or view them in a map at ACTmapi (click on “Layers” at the bottom left, and then select the “Survey Control Marks” layer
  • Prior to the trig station data being online, the 1985 Act Trig Booklet lists all of the trig stations and their grid references
  • Johnny Boy’s Walkabout Blog has an ACT Trigs page listing 105 trigs (and structures regarded as trigs) in the ACT.


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