Named after the Trigg structure overlooking the main break.
As you bend around the coast from the Seaford stretch of coast the first break on the Triggs stretch is Uturns which is a predominant left with occasional rights the lefts are best on a 3ft + swell. Next is Hang Tens (long right) which needs a solid midcoast swell and really clean conditions to work. Right next to Hang tens is the most surfed break Triggs 1 (righthander) and the second most consistant Triggs 2 (right with occasional lefts) very similar to Trestles in California. Slightly to the north is Triggs 3 (right that needs lots of swell) and on the corner of Triggs and Southport is Frenchmans a sucky left that also needs lots of swell.
Late 70s Tiggs 2
Triggs 1 can get sucky on the second peak
Frenchmans about as good as it gets
Hang Tens firing
Triggs 2 lineup
Triggs 1 and 2 lineup