Summary: Remains of the original Ivory Trig cairn and the newer concrete pedestal are surrounded by scrub, above the Canoelands Ridge Trail in Marramarra National Park.

One of a few trig stations in Marramarra National Park, the Ivory Trig is also one of the easiest ones to reach in the park. It’s located on a small hill above the Canoelands Ridge firetrail. You can see the remains of the original trig, and the newer trig.

The original cairn trig was unpiled on 28 January 1975, and only part of the base remains.

Next the original rock cairn is the newer concrete pedestal trig station,. which was installed in 1973. The top of the trig has been damaged by bushfires, the nameplate is intact.

The trig is surrounded by scrub and there’s no views from here – but when the bush was cleared you would have been able to see the Haycock trig to the north and Mt Olive trig to the north-east.

Getting to Ivory Trig

The trig station is a relatively short side-trip (with some bush-bashing) from the Canoelands Ridge Trail, which starts from the end of Canoelands Road.


Ivory Trig Station

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