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Old Willunga Trig Station
Old Willunga Trig Station

MATT MCCLELLAND

WILLUNGA TRIG WALK – PROMISES TREES AND WATERWAYS FOREVER!

40 mins, 1.4 km Return moderate track

Feel like you’re on top of the world with this short walk to the highest peak at the heart of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. On the summit, you’ll find an old trig station and some stunning panoramic views. On a clear day, there are uninterrupted 180-degree views across large parts of the Park, including Pittwater and the Palm Beach Lighthouse to the east and distant glimpses of Sydney city on the horizon, far to the south. You can see trees and waterways forever.

The start of the walk is signposted ‘Willunga Track’ on West Head Road, about 4.8km north from the intersection with General San Martin Drive. There’s a park entry fee to drive into this part of the park. After the walk, drive to the end of West Head Road to enjoy more stunning views or enjoy lunch at the Resolute Picnic Area. West Head is a special area well worth exploring.

Download your free map and full notes at http://wild.tl/wiljt

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