Trig Point Lookout Trail (Churchill National Park, Lysterfield Park)


Trig Point Lookout Trail (Churchill National Park, Lysterfield Park)

Trig Point Lookout Trail incorporates sections of steep, uneven terrain, but with rewards of spectacular views. Immerse yourself amongst the tall gum trees, native bushland and abundant wildlife to experience the true beauty of Churchill National Park as you hike to the lookout.

The return walk or ride from the Churchill Picnic Ground to Trig Point Lookout follows old aqueduct along the Stonemasons Track before opening to spectacular 360 degree views of Melbourne. This track provides opportunities for wildlife viewing as visitors often spot Eastern-grey kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas or many of the bird species that reside within the environment. Keep a close eye on the tree tops, looking out for a Powerful Owl roosting amongst the eucalypts.

Trig Point lookout is 3.4km one-way Grade 2 trail

How to get there

Trig Point Lookout Trail (Churchill National Park, Lysterfield Park)



Need to know

Trig Point Lookout Trail (Churchill National Park, Lysterfield Park)

Warnings & Restrictions


Dogs are not allowed


  • No dogs allowed
  • Restricted opening hours


  • Animals and pests
    • Snakes

Be Prepared

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Change of Conditions

Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.

Some barbeques not in operation

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Visitor safety is our top priority and we advise people to please not to use any barbecue facilities that have been closed. We expect the impacted barbecues to reopen in the coming weeks.

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