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.
Barracks, batteries, bunkers and forts, Sydney and surrounds City of Sydney Greater Western and South Western Sydney La Perouse and Malabar Mosman and Manly Watsons Bay, Vaucluse and North BondiBen Buckler Gun Battery · Anti-motor torpedo boat defensive battery · Steel Point Battery · Signal Hill Battery City of Wollongong See also
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