Summary: An easy walk along the Salvation Loop & Wallaroo Track, with the last 200m to the Wallaroo Trig being a scramble through light scrub to the top of the hill.

Although it’s missing its post and vane, the rock cairn of the Wallaroo Trig Station is still in great condition. Reaching the trig requires an off-track scramble up to the ridge from the Wallaroo Track. It’s steep at times, but the undergrowth is not too thick.

Wallaroo Trig Station

While there’s no view from the trig station, which is surrounded by bush, if you continue a short distance to the end of the ridge you can see Cowan Creek again to the west,

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In search of the Wallaroo Trig | Hiking the World · August 26, 2021 at 8:34 pm

[…] takes me a little while to find the Wallaroo Trig Station (TS4576 WALLAROO), as my GPS coordinates are slightly out. And while the trig point is (obviously) […]

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