Summary: Denny Trig is a traditional stone cairn trig, with mast and vane almost completely destroyed. A very short detour on the bushwalk to Coba Point.

Just off the trail to Coba Ridge is the Denny Trig Station, a traditional cairn made of bush rock.

The last official report stated: “Cairn in good condition but mast and vanes missing”. There are some very rusted and burnt remains of the mast and vanes – a victim of time and bushfires.

Getting to Denny Trig

It’s a relatively long (but easy) walk to Denny Trig, with the first 6.4km along a firetrail and bushwalking track to Coba Point which follows Coba Ridge, before a short 50m bush-bash through low scrub.


Denny Trig

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