A narrow but well formed established walking track, with a series of post and rail guards can be found at this interesting and spectacular spot. The Hill 60 Lookout offers spectacular views up and down the coast line. Just below the lookout are beaches fished commercially by local Aboriginal fishermen up until the 1940s. The area has numerous Aboriginal shell middens and artefacts scattered along its shores.
Deep beneath this scenic lookout, lies a series of fortifications which were established at the beginning of World War II. These fortifications housed large guns which were put in place to protect the vital industrial centre of Port Kembla. Although there are no longer any large guns here, the concrete bunkers can be clearly seen.
These bunkers are connected to a series of underground tunnels, and in fact the area is honeycombed with tunnels. Though these tunnels are not accessible to the public.Visit Website
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