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Australia's top secret sites uncovered by Google Earth

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Featuring drone bases, missile sites and SAS training camps


Top Secret sites: one of the world's biggest spy bases is located in the middle of Australia at Pine Gap, NT. Picture: Google Earth

AUSTRALIA's most secret sites are hidden well away from prying eyes, usually far from major population areas. But no one escapes the all-seeing eye of Google.



Top Secret sites: one of the world's biggest spy bases is located in the middle of central Australia at Pine Gap, NT.


Top Secret sites: the new Australian Security Intelligence Organisation HQ in Canberra. Source: Google Earth

ASIO, ACT (spy agency HQ)
The new Australian Security Intelligence Organisation HQ in Canberra will house Australia's national security service, responsible for protecting us from espionage, sabotage, attacks on the Australian defence system and terrorism. ASIO officers have similar powers to the UK's Security Service (M15), and do not carry guns.


Top secret sites: Campbell Barracks in Swanbourne, the base of the Australian Special Air Service. Photo: Google Earth

Campbell Barracks, WA (SAS HQ)
Located in suburban Perth, the low-key army base in Swanbourne, has been the base of the Australian Special Air Service (SAS) since the Regiment was established in 1957. Most training takes place at Bindoon army base, northeast of Perth, which includes live-fire ranges, training areas and an SAS mock-up area with 'embassy' building and sniper towers,


Top Secret sites: Christmas Island, offshore detention centre in the Indian Ocean. Source: Google Earth
Christmas Island, Indian Ocean (detention centre)
Home to 1500 Australian citizens, mostly of Chinese ethnicity, Christmas Island was a thriving phosphate producer before transfer to Australian sovereignty in 1957. Since the MV Tampa controversy in 2001, the island has been the primary goal of asylum seekers attempting to enter Australia. Opened in 2006, the Immigration Detention Centre contains approximately 800 beds, and cost $400m, double the estimated budget.


Kojarena, WA (defence satellite station)
The Australian Defence Satellite Communications Ground Station is located at Kojarena, 30 km east of Geraldton. It is operated by the ADF Defence Signals Division, and houses five radomes and eight satellite antennas linked to a worldwide satellite communication signals interception system that is mainly operated by the US and UK.

Maralinga, SA (nuclear test site)
The ancient home of the Maralinga Tjarutja indigenous people, Maralinga was the site of seven secret British nuclear tests in the 1950s, with four fission bomb tests followed by three tests of triggering mechanisms. A Royal Commission in 1985 identified significant contamination at the site. Native title was handed back to the traditional owners in January 1987 and efforts were made to clean up the site before resettling the land in 1995.


Nauru, Pacific Ocean (detention centre)
Originally opened in 2001 to take people rescued by the MV Tampa, the detention centre on the tiny island of Nauru was built to house 1200 asylum seekers in return for a pledge of $30m in development funds. Closed by Kevin Rudd in December 2007, the camp was reopened by the Gillard government in August 2012 to process record numbers of asylum seekers arriving by boat.


North West Cape, WA (US naval signals)
Naval Communication Station Harold E. Holt is located 6km north of Exmouth, which was built to provide support to the base and house dependent families of US Navy personnel. The base provides very low frequency (VLF) radio transmission to US and Royal Australian Navy ships and submarines in the Pacific and Indian Oceans and is the most powerful transmission station in the Southern Hemisphere.


Nurrungar, SA (ballistic missile control)
Located on the edge of Island Lagoon, approximately 15 km south of Woomera, Nurrungar was run by the ADF and the US Air Force from 1969 to 1999. It provided early detection of missile launches and nuclear detonations via US satellites in geostationary orbits. Operations moved to Pine Gap in 1999. Today the ADF uses the site for army tests.

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Pine Gap, NT (US listening post)
Probably the best known secret installation in Australia, Pine Gap near Alice Springs is one of the biggest ECHELON signals intelligence facilities in the world, with an estimated 1000 employees. A former US National Security employee who worked at Pine Gap has claimed that the facility is run by the CIA. Pine Gap controls American spy satellites as they fly over China, North Korea, Afghanistan and the Middle East.


Swan Island, VIC (special forces)
The Department of Defence does not discuss what goes on at Swan Island, and information on the facility is not found on any government website. It is believed that Australia's Special Forces carry out counter terrorism training here on a base shared with the Secret Intelligence Service.


Scherger, QLD (detention centre)
Villawood and Darwin are well known immigration detention centres, but did you know that up to 600 asylum seekers at any one time are housed at a facility at RAAF Scherger in Far North Queensland? One of three 'bare bases' in the tropics run by skeleton crews, Scherger is set up to house 1400 personnel and 40 aircraft if Australia ever gets into a shooting war with one of our northern neighbours.

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Symonston, ACT (government panic room) Protected by heavy gates, security fences and an array of CCTV cameras on a nondescript Canberra industrial estate, the main purpose of the classified facility at Symonston is believed to be to provide an alternative communications facility for the Australian government. Under the so-called "Plan Mercator", this is where the Prime Minister, Governor-General and advisers would be whisked to in the event of a terrorist attack or threat against Parliament House.

Tindal, NT (fast jets, stealth bombers)
Located near Katherine in the NT, RAAF Tindal houses the RAAF's fast jets outside the cyclone zone at a site easy to defend against external attack. A key launching point for the Australian-led intervention in East Timor in 1999, the base is also rumoured to host US stealth spy planes.

Woomera, SA (weapons tests, drones)
The Woomera Test Range in South Australia is a large weapons testing range operated by the RAAF, 500km northwest of Adelaide. A prohibited area off-limits to the public, the range was set up by Britain and Australia in 1946 and was the site for seven nuclear tests between 1955 and 1963 as well as tests for a wide range of conventional weapons before the Australian-Anglo joint project ended in 1980. After a long period when it was effectively abandoned, the range is currently used for ADF trials and leased to foreign militaries.

Top Secret sites: British stealth drone bomber Taranis, undergoing testing in the Australian outback in early-2013. Photo: BAE
Woomera is the most likely test site for new British stealth drone Taranis, which will be conducting outback test flights in early 2013. At its peak the range covered 270,000 square km. Today it covers 127,000 square km, and remains the world's largest weapons test range.

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Future Garuda Enemy Is Australia.........










save as dulu dah, keknya perlu nih
i dont think so! If there is happen it will be very good news for china!
Ind0nesia + china = u.s +oz
Quote:Original Posted By opanktmui
i dont think so! If there is happen it will be very good news for china!
Ind0nesia + china = u.s +oz


Berdasarkan pameo musuh dari musuhmu adalah kawanmu,
Gila TS rajin banget nyari info, sekali dapat langsung jackpotnya, jadi kaya lounge dulu sama agan Kiting sering ngasih foto2 Google Map instalasi2 militer Rusia dll

:beer
bakalan jadi hot thread nih kyknya...

apa gak minta izin diblokir dulu kew google nya? padahal kan ada us base di sono juga....

ntar klo ktauan cina gmn?
Dah basi tuh........sekarang juga stok masih banyak cuman dah malas posting
Quote:Original Posted By sturmovik
Gila TS rajin banget nyari info, sekali dapat langsung jackpotnya, jadi kaya lounge dulu sama agan Kiting sering ngasih foto2 Google Map instalasi2 militer Rusia dll

:beer


persian fighter, persian mbt...
sekarang pangkalan militer ozy...
cipanas mana, kok belum ada..?
Quote:Original Posted By dodonk
persian fighter, persian mbt...
sekarang pangkalan militer ozy...
cipanas mana, kok belum ada..?


lah kita malah lebih maju, pangkalan lontong kita ada dibwah laut tepatnya dipelabuhan roro kidul jadi bebas dri pantauan satelit.................................................................
Luar biasa ya mereka yang sensitif bgini aja ga mnta di protect ama google

coba di kita wah mana bisa nih..

sorry ya agan2 senior newbie bole komeng yee..jgn di bata yee kmren salah komen dikit aja uda d beri heheh
TS dapat aja lu berita ginian



timpuk TS dulu aah
Gimana penampakan pangkalan indonesia ??
oz aja nampak di peta, apalagi indonesia ya
kayanya semua batalion pun ada di gogel map
jadi logika nya biar nggak dianggap enemy, jangan beli senjata?




menurut TS future garuda enemy adalah kanguru
memang setelah lihat threadnya agaknya bisa dibenarkan


ini pangkalan drone nya kah ?
Quote:Original Posted By MuslimAirForce


http://www.news.com.au/travel/austra...#ixzz2ILLpklrK

Garage yg banyak duri2 nya gini tuh maksudnya biar apa sih?












Quote:Original Posted By wahyubison

menurut TS future garuda enemy adalah kanguru
memang setelah lihat threadnya agaknya bisa dibenarkan


semua emang bisa memungkinkan gan...terlihat tabiat mereka ketika lepasnya TimTim dari pangkuan pertiwi...suka atau ngga suka..walaupun haknya timtim pisah dari negara kita, tapi saya melihat kelakuan tetangga selatan yg begitu ngotot ketika kita sedang terpuruk..
Quote:Original Posted By nanggala402


semua emang bisa memungkinkan gan...terlihat tabiat mereka ketika lepasnya TimTim dari pangkuan pertiwi...suka atau ngga suka..walaupun haknya timtim pisah dari negara kita, tapi saya melihat kelakuan tetangga selatan yg begitu ngotot ketika kita sedang terpuruk..


padahal mereka selalu diskriminasi suku aborigin
nguliahin kita terus mengenai hamburger
itu sudah pola klasik vandalisme kuno kulit putih
Quote:Original Posted By MuslimAirForce
Australia's top secret sites uncovered by Google Earth

Future Garuda Enemy Is Australia.........




I'm pretty damn certain you've never been to australia or even research about australia before saying they will be our adversary.

australia and indonesia have their ups and down, but do you have any ideas how important Indonesia to australia is?

let me give you some insight about australia,

Indonesia is a very important regional partner for australia, trade between the two countries is worth 13.8 billion AUD in 10/11 alone

the two also signed the lombok treaty in 2006 to provide a framework in joint security cooperation.

Indonesia acts as a buffer zone for filtering illegal immigrants, and terrorist from entering their country, therefore a stable and properous indonesia is vital for this to be effective.

Sometimes they have been tough on us on various issue but in the end, being hostile to indonesia is the last thing they want

NB: the favourite tourist destination in australia is BALI, they love it so much its like drugs..

( have been living in both country for a long time )
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