Trigg is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia. Its Local Government Area is the City of Stirling. Trigg is also the name of a small island off the coast of the suburb of Trigg.
Trigg Beach is one of Perth's most popular beaches for board riding, catering mainly to surfers and body boarders alike, with a small majority of swimmers. Trigg also has a very popular snorkeling beach, Mettams Pool, which is to the north of the main surf/swim area. Trigg nature reserve, also known by locals as 'Trigg Mountain' is situated opposite Trigg beach. It is also known to be a common meeting point and lookout for the local surfing community. The suburb and island was named after Henry Trigg, Superintendent of Public Works for the Swan River Colony in 1842.