Harold E Holt Naval Communication Station

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

Approaching the Harold E Holt Naval Communication Station near Exmouth, you will not be able to miss the 13 very low frequency towers, which are some of the largest towers in the southern hemisphere.

Take a walk around the non-restricted areas which remain open to the public and learn about the important role the naval station played during World War II. It was the base for passing messages between Australian and United States’ command centers, their ships and submarines.

The Harold E Holt Naval Communications Station is located approximately 12 kilometres north of Exmouth.

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