Summary: Eva Trig is almost completely destroyed, with just a small pile of stones remaining.

There’s not much left of the Eva Trig; the stone cairns is now just a small heap of stones. There is no sign of the mast or vanes.

Eva Trig

Getting to the Eva Trig

This is an easy trig station to get to, although not only is the trig largely demolished, but there are no views from the trig site. To reach the remains of the trig, park near the Terrey Hills Riding School at the end of Anembo Road in Duffys Forest . Follow a service trail for about 100m; the trig lies just a few metres off the trail.

If you are out this way, there is an interesting but fairly challenging bushwalking route from Anembo Reserve down to Kierans Creek.


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