Summary: Outstanding 360-degree views from the Wondabyne Trig station, which is on the top of Mount Wondabyne in Brisbane Water National Park

There are outstanding 360-degree views from the Wondabyne trig point, which sits on the top of Mount Wondabyne. Mount Wondabyne is the highest peak in Brisbane Water National Park

IMG 0607 LR Wondabyne Trig

The trig itself is intact, and its vane is still in place.

Wondabyne Trig

There are sweeping views toward Woy Woy and the surrounding central coast suburbs to the east, and Brisbane Water National Park and Wondabyne station to the west.

IMG 6043 LR Wondabyne Trig

The shortest route to Mount Wondabyne is from Woy Woy Road via the Tunnel Firetrail. You can also reach the trig point from Wondabyne station, and it’s a short detour on the Wondabyne to Woy Woy bushwalk.

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Wondabyne Trig

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