Summary: Located in Muogamarra Nature Reserve, Lloyd Trig is reached via the Lloyd Trig Track. There are extensive views from the trig point.

Lloyd Trig (TS2871) is named after Richard Lloyd who farmed 10 acres in the area. It’s located in Muogamarra Nature Reserve, so access to the trig point is restricted to the six weekends each year (normally August/September) when the park is open to the general public.


From the trig point there are sweeping views over the Hawkesbury River and surrounding bush.


From the trig station records (it was last inspected in December 1982) you should be able to see the nearest trig points of Long Island, Barrenjoey and Topham (West Head).


Getting to Lloyd Trig

It’s about 2.2km return to the Lloyd Trig from the Muogamarra Field Studies Centre (the main carpark) or a 4.5km loop if you continue to the Deerubbin Lookover. Take the Peats Ferry Firetrail and then the Lloyd Trig Track.

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