WWII Oil Tunnels

Darwin’s old Oil Storage Tunnels were constructed during World War II by the Civil Construction Corps to protect the Darwin’s oil supplies from the Japanese forces. Today the tunnels are open to the public, housing a collection of photographs of Allied wartime activity in the Top End.


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