Guide | Lloyd Trig Walk (Muogamarra Nature Reserve)

The first walk that my friends and I did in 2017 was the Lloyd Trig Walk. This was my first walk in the nature reserve. The walk provides spectacular views of Hawkesbury River and Barrenjoey Lighthouse. The walk also is along the bushes and there are plenty of opportunities to view the wild flowers. The main highlight is the aboriginal art of a whale.

Lloyd Trig Walk (Muogamarra Nature Reserve)

How to get there?

  • Public transport: The nearest train station is Cowan station and the entrance is about 3 kilometres from the station. More details and up-to-date information can be found on NSW Transport website.

Logistics

  • Starting and ending point: Visitor centre
  • Type of walk: Return
  • Distance: 3.5 kilometres
  • Time taken: 2 to 3 hours
  • Grade: Easy
  • Path: Visitor Centre – John Duncan (JD) Tipper lookout – Convict Road – The Whale – Peats Bright Road – Mystery – 1994 Bushfires – Lloyd Trip
  • National park fee: AUD 15 per person.

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Lloyd Trig Walk (Muogamarra Nature Reserve)
Lloyd Trig Walk (Muogamarra Nature Reserve)
Lloyd Trig Walk (Muogamarra Nature Reserve)
Lloyd Trig Walk (Muogamarra Nature Reserve)
Lloyd Trig Walk (Muogamarra Nature Reserve)
Lloyd Trig Walk (Muogamarra Nature Reserve)
Lloyd Trig Walk (Muogamarra Nature Reserve)
Lloyd Trig Walk (Muogamarra Nature Reserve)

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