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Fantastic morning out with family. Phil was our tour guide and he was very friendly and informative. The tour takes around an hour, a lot longer than what I was expecting. Our 8 and 14 year old both loved the tour.
We experienced the tunnels today, there were four of us in total (2 adults, 2 children). I can honestly say it was a great experience and would recommend going if you got the opportunity.
We parked up, free parking which is great and then walked...More
This tour was very good. Even on a day when the weather was bad it did not hinder the guides enthusiasm to show us around. Myself and my girlfriend had a great 90 minutes or so and it was very interesting to know this is...More
We loved this tour, all very well maintained and not stuffy below ground. Tour guide knew lots about the war and its impacts in Perth. My father and my young son both enjoyed it so it’s good for all ages.
Only $8 per adult, kids...More
Do yourself a favour and visit this place. If you are interested in war history it is well worth it. Its not a long tour, about an hour but for $8 its great. The tour guide was very candid and informative which made the experience...More
The tunnels may only be open on Sunday, however the park is open all through the week and offers visitors the opportunity to learn about what it was like during WWII times. On a good clear day, this will be a place for great photography...More
Located at Mosman park, the Leighton Battery heritage is one of the site selected foe defence of Fremantle harbour through artillery guns.open every Sunday 10 to 3 offering guided tunnel tours every half-hour.
Our tour guide, Peter Kerr (hope I got that right), made this such an enjoyable experience. It was the perfect balance of interesting facts, humour and a little audience participation. The tunnels themselves have been well restored but still retain many of the original features...More