Wom Memorial Park
memorial and peace park. The memorial is flanked by flag poles,
and is located on the spot where Japanese Lt. General Hatazō Adachi signed the official surrender documents for his troops, and handed
his sword over to Australian Major General Robertson on September
13, 1945. There are also a number of artifacts in the park - several
Type 88 75mm guns, and smaller field guns.
Fortifications & Tunnels
Behind the memorial, there are several Japanese tunnels
that interlock and interconnect different parts of the Cape. Some
have collapsed or filled with sand. Others are still open and
possible to crawl into.
the beach, there is a concrete gun emplacement. The sea has eroded
much of it, and the gun above is missing. There is an ammunition
locker area inside the emplacement, where one can see its 55 gallon
drum and concrete construction.
is a two story bunker / tower building. Today, it is empty aside
from graffiti and rubbish.
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