Drummond Battery

No. 2 BL 9.2 inch gun in 1944
Gun emplacement 2 today

Drummond Battery was a counter bombardment battery at Port Kembla, Australia during World War II.

Gun emplacement 1 today

Constructed in 1942 to provide protection for Port Kembla from enemy shipping and submarines. Two BL 9.2 inch Mk X gun emplacements with related underground facilities were constructed near Drummond, Wollongong.


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Coordinates: 34°26′21.11″S 150°52′31.78″E / 34.4391972°S 150.8754944°E / -34.4391972; 150.8754944


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