Breakwater Battery

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Gun emplacement 1 at the Breakwater Battery.

Breakwater Battery, was a coastal defence battery at Port Kembla, New South Wales, Australia during World War II.

Constructed in 1939 to provide protection for Port Kembla from enemy shipping and submarines. Two 6 inch Mk XI gun emplacements with related underground facilities were constructed near the southern breakwater at Port Kembla.

The battery and observation post (now a military museum) were key structures of the command centre for Fortress Kembla during World War II.

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Coordinates: 34°28′32.70″S 150°54′49.27″E / 34.4757500°S 150.9136861°E / -34.4757500; 150.9136861