WWII era bunker and this was probably used to spot the enemy. I couldn’t see any evidence of guns ie: mountings so I don’t think it was used as a defence post. It’s pretty exposed and would be a prime target if fire was coming from it I’d expect.

You can see the exposed re-inforcement used in the concrete.

Taken on one many of Sydney’s headlands.

Canon EOS 400D
Canon Lens 18-55mm

The image below is taken from the other side of The Outpost looking in and back up to where I was standing in this image.

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  • Gary Gurr
    Gary Gurralmost 5 years ago

    Lovely work, I really like the way this bunker stands out against the dark ocean beyond.

  • Thanks Gary.

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  • TWindDancer
    TWindDanceralmost 5 years ago

    Wonderful photo!

  • Thanks TWindDancer, appreciate you taking the time to comment.

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  • toriyule
    toriyulealmost 5 years ago

    Australia is so beautiful. I love your picture.

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