The ABMM would like to thank all of those people who have sent information recently. Some of the information has lead us to possible new dicoveries. We would like to help you to help us by showing a few examples of what is possibly a bunker & what isn’t. The above photo shows an AMCO […]
In 2006, The ABMM along with Ocean Wilderness Group went to Bankstown to investigate claims of a bunker under which housing had been built. This gave the team a chance to test a new under ground radar system for the first time. What was found, leaves no doubts of the existance of the bunker. Click here to […]
In an endeavor to preserve the war time history of Australia. The Australian Bunker & Military Museum recently engaged the services of a leading geologist in an attempt to clearly pin point the location of bunkers & tunnels, which have been sealed off and covered over in the years after WW2. This work was carried […]
For two generations, many Australians believed that the Menzies war-time government planned to surrender parts of Australia to the Japanese without firing a shot. The forfeiture of land was to be above a line drawn just north of Brisbane and this information was disclosed to a stunned public by the Labor Party halfway through 1943. That […]
Photo’s from the Buckland Hills Fortess in Fremantle W.A.
We have found some nteresting photo’s taken on the set of “Gallipoli”