Pee Wee Camp, East Point

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

The Sidney Williams Hut and Annexe at Pee Wee Camp, along with several concrete floor slabs, are all that remains of a large camp developed on the site during WWII to accommodate construction workers employed by the Public Works Department and later by the Allied Works Council working on the gun turrets for the large 9.2” guns at East Point.

Facilities

Carpark Caters for hearing impairment Caters for limited mobility Caters for vision impairment Picnic Area Walk

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Oil tank wall with graffiti artwork to internal face of new concrete stabilising wall. Cracks in the wall have been repaired and can be seen in the image.

Remnant, No 6 Oil Tank Walls

Darwin

Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery

Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery

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Victoria Hotel from Smith Street Mall

Victoria Hotel (the Vic), Darwin

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Singapore Pattern observation posts following conservation works in 2005.

WWII Observation Post, Sandy Creek

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Explosive Store from exterior.

WWII RAAF Explosive Storage Area, Darwin

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Returning to base with the spectacular sunset in the distance

Airborne Solutions

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