Summary: Turimetta Trig Station is a fairly ordinary concrete base, in a great location - it's on the Turimetta Headland beween Warriewood Beach and Turimetta Beach.

Partly obscured by bush, the concrete base of the Turimetta Trig Station is in good condition – but the post and vanes are missing.

Turimetta Trig Station

While the trig station is not particularly exciting, it’s in a spot well worth a visit. Located in the Turimetta Headland Reserve between Warriewood Beach and Turimetta Beach, the trig station is along the Bicentennial Walkway which was established in 1988. The Walkway provides some great views of the coast, and does a loop through different coastal vegetation communities – and provides access to the headland, beaches and rock platforms.

Getting to Turimetta Trig Station

This section ofthe Coastal Walkway starts at Narrabeen Park Parade near the northern end of Turimetta Beach Reserve, ascends the headland to a cleared area on the crest (where the Trig Station sits) and then descends back to the car park along Narrabeen Park Parade. A short side-track leads to viewing point over the Warriewood Blowhole.

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Turimetta Trig Station

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