Summary: There's almost northing left of the Roach Trig, which is is one of the highest trig points in Ku-ring-gai Chase NP.

The Roach Trig Station has been completely “unpiled” (destroyed) by the Lands Department, which was thought to have been done in the 1970s. Only some scattered stones remain of what would have been the cairn – the rusted vanes have been spotted a short distance away.

Although the trig station is one of the highest trig points in Ku-ring-gai Chase NP (only 10m below the Willunga Trig), it has absolutely no view! The remains of the trig are located in dense bush, and a short but tough bush-bash to reach this location is needed.

More information on Roach Trig

  • Geocaching Australia – Roach


Roach Trig Station

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