Taken deep in the under ground bunkers and tunnels of point Nepean National Park in Victoria Australia….Fort Nepean contains an extensive system of fortifications built from the 1880s through to the World War 1 and World War 2. Interpretive displays and audiovisuals are located in several areas and tell the story of defence.
Over the years, including the last 40,000 years of Aboriginal occupation, the area known as Point Nepean has become enriched with environmental and cultural history. The Quarantine Station was established on the shores of Port Phillip Bay in 1852. It was used to protect the colony of Melbourne from ship borne diseases.
There may still be unexploded ordnance in the Point Nepean area. Keep to roads and tracks and observe signs.