Summary: The Termeil trig station is on a low headland at Bawley Point and is easy-to-reach. There are nice coastal views from the trig point.

Located on the end of a headland at Bawley Point, the trig point is officially called the Termeil Trig Station (it is referred to as the Bawley Point Trig on some maps). The trig station was related in the original survey to the trig stations on Pigeon House, Durras Mountain and Warden’s Head (Ulladulla).

Termeil Trig station

A rock cairn with a central wooden pole was destroyed by vandals and replaced by the present concrete block in 1974. From the trig station there are views along the coast in both directions, and you can Pigeon House in the distance.

AWAT7742 LR Termeil Trig station

Getting to Termeil Trig

This is one of the easiest trig stations to get to, being about 100m easy walk across the headland from a parking area off Tingira Drive at Bawley Point (the headland is between Bawley Beach and Cormorant Beach). Bawley Point is about 3.5 hours drive south of Sydney, between Ulladulla and Batemans Bay.

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Termeil Trig station

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