As the highest point in the park (218 metres), this lookout is a must visit for those wanting panoramic views of the Dandenong Ranges.
Trig Point Lookout, Lysterfield & Churchill National Park Walk Map, VIC
To get to Trig Point, you will need to walk up a steep gravel track from the carpark at Churchill National Park. The walk is 3.2kms each way and is considered moderate to hard due to the steep sections of the track.
Around Trig Point Lookout, there are lots of activities to enjoy within the park. Lysterfield Park is ideal for outdoor activities such as mountain biking and there are two biking trails within the park; the State Mountain Bike Course and the Lysterfield Park Mountain Bike Trails – both of which cover a total of 20kms. The biking trails are ideal for all riders; whether professional or amateur.
Visitors interested in enjoying the natural aura of Lysterfield Park can also take a walk on the many walking trails that dot the landscape. The beauty of this park is that there are easy trails for families bringing along young children as the trails range from easy to moderate in difficulty.
Within the park is Lysterfield Lake, which is a popular spot known for its numerous recreational activities. Sailing, kayaking and surf skiing are just some of the activities that visitors can enjoy. Or, if you are after something a little more relaxing, simply sit at any of the beautiful spots along the shore and watch the sun go down.