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The Iron Duke's West Indian Barracks

Wellington's Uniform Barrack System crystallized a complex vision, imprinting an 1820s type on generations of military builders for over a century.

Victoria's Gibraltar

Fortifications of Port Phillip Bay.

Fort Queenscliff

Fort Queenscliff, in Victoria, Australia, dates from 1860 when an open battery was constructed on Shortland's Bluff

Sydney Harbour's Contribution

To Atlantic Canada's Coastal Defence.

Fort Lytton

Fort Lytton is the birthplace of Queensland's military history. Built in 1880-81 to protect Brisbane

An Attack on Melbourne

A case study of the defence of Australia's major ports in the early 1890s.

The World War II landscape of Townsville

Archaeological and historic relationships regarding the World War II era in Northern Australia

Fort Bribie

Fort Bribie was built on Bribie Island, Queensland, Australia, during WW2 as part of the Moreton Bay harbour defences.

South Channel Fort Conservation Management Plan.

The South Channel Fort island and military structures were constructed during the 1880s for the Victorian Government

Guns & Cannon along Victoria’s South West Coastline

The City of Warrnambool and the Shires of Moyne and Glenelg are proud custodians of a collection of artillery pieces of heritage significance at a state, national and international level.

Fort Scratchley Historic Site

This Heritage Management Plan seeks to provide the basis for decision-making regarding the heritage conservation and ongoing management of Fort Scratchley

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