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Warning Station
Warning Station
  • Author: Macr1 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-09-01 18:36:32
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°15'9"S - 115°47'40"O
  • Located on the south side of Wellard Road, on an elevated spot known as Parrot Bush Hill, are two concrete bunker structures, approximately fifty metres apart. The identical structures are located within bushland near the roadside, and are characterised by their semi-circular vaulted form. The structures are approximately 4.2 metres wide and 5.1 metres long with each having a single narrow doorway at one end, and a centrally placed window at the other. Timber framing to both openings is still intact, suggesting the window had fixed louvres (no longer intact). The walls and vaulted walls/ceiling have a distinct striped appearance as a result of the timber formwork used to create them insitu. The interior floor is also concrete, and contains a narrow rectangular pit, currently filled with litter and refuse, which would have housed the generator and engine. The two structures would have contained the same equipment, with one being the primary power source and the second providing back-up. The buildings are generally in good condition but have been subject to vandalism. A commemorative plaque has been placed at the site by RAAF Radar Veterans, RAAFA Aviation Museum and the Town of Kwinana. History The Cockburn Sound area played an important role in Australia’s coastal defence system, comprising an almost land-locked Sound protected by the placement of coastal gun batteries on Garden Island, Rottnest Island and the mainland. The RAAF 228 Radar Station was formed at Subiaco on 24 May 1943 and transferred to East Rockingham on 20 August 1943. It went to reduced operations (one watch) on 2 May 1944 and operations ceased on 2 February 1945. The unit then went into care and maintenance. It officially closed on 17 September 1945 and was disbanded on 10 May 1945. Staff at the station comprised both RAAF and WAAAF but was predominantly female as the employment of WAAAFs (Women’s Auxiliary Australian Air Force) released male personnel for overseas service. During the operating period the station was under the command of Plt Officers A.W. Read; P.L. Beetson; A.W. Read; A.T. Carmody; and H.A. Strickland. The Light Weight Air Warning Radar operated at 42.05 MHz and was located at 32° 15’ 2”S 115° 47’ 30”E at an elevation of 100 feet. Strobist Information 1 red gelled SB900 at full power inside bunker.
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RAAF 228 Radar Station
RAAF 228 Radar Station
  • Author: Macr1 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-08-30 12:28:32
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°15'1"S - 115°47'40"O
  • The Cockburn Sound area played an important role in Australia’s coastal defence system, comprising an almost land-locked Sound protected by the placement of coastal gun batteries on Garden Island, Rottnest Island and the mainland. The RAAF 228 Radar Station was formed at Subiaco on 24 May 1943 and transferred to East Rockingham on 20 August 1943. It went to reduced operations (one watch) on 2 May 1944 and operations ceased on 2 February 1945. The unit then went into care and maintenance. It officially closed on 17 September 1945 and was disbanded on 10 May 1945. Staff at the station comprised both RAAF and WAAAF but was predominantly female as the employment of WAAAFs (Women’s Auxiliary Australian Air Force) released male personnel for overseas service. During the operating period the station was under the command of Plt Officers A.W. Read; P.L. Beetson; A.W. Read; A.T. Carmody; and H.A. Strickland. The Light Weight Air Warning Radar operated at 42.05 MHz and was located at 32° 15’ 2”S 115° 47’ 30”E at an elevation of 100 feet.
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Wildflower
Wildflower
  • Author: Macr1 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-27 09:07:55
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°14'7"S - 115°50'25"O
  • WA has started wildflower season. These are a few from around the local area. If you know what it is, then please let me know, so I can give them their botanical names.
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Providence Estate in Development
Providence Estate in Development
  • Author: lloyd_conrade Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-07-27 07:48:46
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°16'0"S - 115°50'8"O
  • Providence Estate in Development, from Wellard Road, Wellard, Western Australia, 6170
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RPC_Photodrive-0007
RPC_Photodrive-0007
  • Author: Macr1 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-01-22 07:24:48
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°15'2"S - 115°47'35"O
  • Photos from the Rockingham Photography Club photodrive. Starting point was Wells Park Kwinana Beach. Then to the old abattoir, followed by Point Peron and finishing at Shoalwater for a BBQ breakfast. The Cockburn Sound area played an important role in Australia’s coastal defence system, comprising an almost land-locked Sound protected by the placement of coastal gun batteries on Garden Island, Rottnest Island and the mainland. The RAAF 228 Radar Station was formed at Subiaco on 24 May 1943 and transferred to East Rockingham on 20 August 1943. It went to reduced operations (one watch) on 2 May 1944 and operations ceased on 2 February 1945. The unit then went into care and maintenance. It officially closed on 17 September 1945 and was disbanded on 10 May 1945. Staff at the station comprised both RAAF and WAAAF but was predominantly female as the employment of WAAAFs (Women’s Auxiliary Australian Air Force) released male personnel for overseas service. During the operating period the station was under the command of Plt Officers A.W. Read; P.L. Beetson; A.W. Read; A.T. Carmody; and H.A. Strickland. The Light Weight Air Warning Radar operated at 42.05 MHz and was located at 32° 15’ 2”S 115° 47’ 30”E at an elevation of 100 feet.
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Straight Outta Kwinana....
Straight Outta Kwinana....
  • Author: JarradNS Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-12-29 09:58:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°15'46"S - 115°48'55"O
  • Representing the 6167....... 😆
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Kwinana isn't really something to be proud of 😂
Kwinana isn't really something to be proud of 😂
  • Author: JarradNS Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-12-29 09:58:38
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°15'46"S - 115°48'56"O
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Kwinana Adventure Playground
Kwinana Adventure Playground
  • Author: AAron Metcalfe Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-11-27 11:18:42
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°14'29"S - 115°48'37"O
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Sloan's Cottage
Sloan's Cottage
  • Author: Macr1 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-06-02 17:49:21
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°15'27"S - 115°48'9"O
  • In 1889, George Samuel Sloan purchased 40 acres of land on Cockburn Sound Location No. 279, being a section of land between Thomas Peel’s Estate and the coast. George was married to Emma (nee Smirk) in 1880, the eldest daughter of Thomas and Eliza Smirk, some of the earliest settlers in the district. George Sloan built an early residence on the property c. 1885, which was later replaced by the existing structure, built in 1911, with the assistance of his sons, Trevor and Melville. The land was used to produce a variety of fruits and vegetables, mostly potatoes and cabbages, which were sent to Fremantle markets. In 1917, George Sloan died and the property was taken over by Trevor Sloan, who assumed responsibility and continued working the farm. Trevor married Florence Brown and they extended the farm by purchasing a further 50 acres and 130 acres nearby. Trevor and Florence continued to reside in the cottage until c. 1954, and not long after their departure, the building was taken over by the Kwinana Council. During the 1950s the place was used for selling locally-grown pumpkins, and in the 1960s the house was occupied by Mr Ingham (1961-65) and then Mr Gilber (1968-69) before becoming vacant. The house remained unoccupied for a number of years, and was badly vandalised in this time. During 1973-78, the Deputy Mayor of Kwinana, Wally Prockter, invested much personal effort to ensure the preservation and conservation of the building and stabilisation works were undertaken following receipt of a Commonwealth Grant. Improvements to the building and its site have continued to take place since the 1970s, with the involvement of a number of community groups. Aesthetic Value: The place is a simple but attractive stone building with a traditional cottage form, incorporating a hipped iron roof, a symmetrical arrangement of windows either side of the central entry door, and a timber framed skillion verandah that extends across the front elevation. The various landscape features, particularly the mature trees, interspersed throughout the cottage-style garden, represent early plantings on the site and combine with the cottage to create pleasing environs. The place is a well-known local landmark, with a high degree of visibility from the roads that border the eastern edge of Sloans Reserve, and also from within the Reserve. Historic Value: The place is associated with the Sloan family, who were early settlers in the district with family connections to other settlers (such as the Smirks) and occupied the site for over 60 years. Social Value: The place is among a number of significant sites in the area which provide the district with a sense of history and permanence. This is further evidenced by ongoing community efforts to ensure its preservation and conservation. Representativeness: The building is significant for its form and simplicity of construction and represents an early type of building form which once characterised the rural setting of the area.
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Heading home!
Heading home!
  • Author: baggas Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-06-08 14:50:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°15'50"S - 115°49'2"O
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Stormy clouds #perth #clouds
Stormy clouds  #perth #clouds
  • Author: developit Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-05-05 14:12:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°14'53"S - 115°50'45"O
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Oompah Land
Oompah Land
  • Author: fuzzy8mike1 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-04-12 18:24:46
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°14'48"S - 115°48'22"O
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Oompah Land
Oompah Land
  • Author: fuzzy8mike1 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-04-12 18:23:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°14'48"S - 115°48'22"O
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Oompah Land
Oompah Land
  • Author: fuzzy8mike1 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-04-12 18:22:09
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°14'48"S - 115°48'22"O
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Oompah Land
Oompah Land
  • Author: fuzzy8mike1 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-04-12 18:22:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 32°14'48"S - 115°48'22"O
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