Summary: A historic trig station which is at the highest point in the Blue Mountains, Victoria Trig Station is now nestled between two water reservoirs.

Located on One Tree Hill, the Victoria Trig Station is at the highest point in the Blue Mountains at 1,111m above sea level. Retained for its historical value, the trig now lies between two large water reservoirs.

The trig station is in good condition, with concrete base, mast, vanes and nameplate all intact.

Mount Victoria was originally named ‘One Tree Hill”; by the time the railway station opened in 1869, Governor Belmore decided to rename the town Mount Victoria in honour of the Queen.

Getting to Victoria Trig Station

The trig station is easily reached from Apex Avenue (Mount Victoria), via Mount Piddington Road off the Great Western Highway. It’s 1.1km (3min drive) from Mount Victoria railway station.


Victoria Trig Station

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