Tomaree Head

Tomaree Head Walk (i.e. not a cycle!)

Today the 22nd July is our last day in Port Stephens. We decided to walk the trails on Tomaree Head.  A lower level path takes walkers to the WWII gun emplacements while the upper track takes leads to the top at 161 meters where there was a radar installation – the earliest in use and longest in use in WWII in Australia.  It was manned by soldiers who were all WWI veterans – and so were some of the guns in use there.  All a bit worn out but allowing the younger versions to be up in Darwin or in PNG repelling the Japanese.

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