Summary: The Barrenjoey Trig Station is hidden in thick bush not far from the Access Trail up to Barrenjoey Head. There’s a nice from the trig, which was the location of one of the original lightstations.

There’s not much left of the Barrenjoey Trig Station after the 2013 bushfires The trig point is on the ridge at 104m above sea level, which is 13m higher than the base of the lighthouse. It’s also located on the site of one of the original ‘Stewart Towers’ lighthouse. There’s a nice view from the trig, despite some of the thick scrub around it.

Barrenjoey Trig Station
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The trig is hidden in thick bush just above the Access Trail up to Barrenjoey Head, and is a very short detour on the Barrenjoey Loop bushwalk.

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Barrenjoey Trig

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