Next stop on my SA trip was Portland, VIC. It is the oldest European settlement in the state but i felt like i was in Port Kembla, NSW. Right against the water lay giant silos containing wood chips and at night the flood lights shone through the entrances illuminating those golden mountains. 20m high stacks of pine logs beside them delivered the pulpy scent across the water towards the town.
These are old photos from a month or two ago, but I wanted to share them anyways.
This place is called Hill 60. An old military battery in Port Kembla, NSW. Built underneath a coastal headland, constructed in 1942 as a submarine and warship defence and lookout. No fences or gates to jump, Hannah and I just walked straight in. Nice open tunnels and a lot of lovely graffiti.