Summary: The easy-to-reach Warrah Trig in Brisbane Water National Park offers filtered views, and is a good starting point for some coastal bushwalks.

The Warrah Trig station is a very short walk from the end of the unsealed Warrah Trig Road – or a slightly longer walk if the road is closed (which it may be after heavy rain). The trig station is located on a rock outcrop near the start of the Tony Doyle walking track, which starts from the parking area at the end of Warrah Trig Road.

AWAT8874 LR Warrah Trig

The trig consists of a metal pole on a concrete base, with filtered views through the trees. When the area around the tig was kept clear, you could see the Barrenjoey, Saratoga, Topham (West Head) trig stations from here.

AWAT8870 LR Warrah Trig

Getting to Warrah Trig

It’s a very short walk along the Tony Doyle walking track from the carpark (on Warrah Trig Road); it’s worth continuing to the Warrah Lookout. You can also access the trig from Patonga and Pearl Beach via the Pearl Beach-Patonga Firetrail.


Warrah Trig

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Stunning views from the short Warrah Lookout bushwalk | Hiking the World · July 19, 2022 at 9:40 pm

[…] bushwalk to the Warrah Trig and Warrah Lookout would usually be a very short bushwalk… but it’s a bit longer due to […]

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