Summary: The Dromedary Trig Station on top of Gulaga (Mount Dromedary) is a traditional trig with metal vane and timber post, on a rock cairn.

Getting to the Dromedary Trig Station requires a bit of time and effort… the trig station is on top of Gulaga (Mount Dromedary), an extinct volcano on the NSW south coast, reached via a bushwalking trail. The vanes are on a wooden post mounted in a large rock cairn, which I’ve read was constructed back in 1897. Unfortunately, while the trig is in pretty condition, there are no views from the top of Gulaga, due to the dense forest.

Dromedary Trig Station

Getting to Dromedary Trig Station

The only way to get to the trig station is by foot, via a 14.5km (return) bushwalk, which climbs about 700m to the top of the mountain. The walk starts near Pams Store in Tilba Tilba, which is on the NSW South Coast (about five hours drive south of Sydney).


Dromedary Trig Station

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