PEARCE OPERATIONS BUILDING
TRANSMITTING BUILDING
AND REMOTE RECEIVING BUILDING
PEARCE, WA
DURING WW2

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An Operations Building, Transmitting Building and Remote Receiving Building were constructed for the RAAF at Pearce in Western Australia during WW2.

The RAAF were still using radio equipment in the Pearce bunkers until the RAAF finished with it around 1984.

The Remote Receiving Bunker is now a single bedroom private house set on 2 hectares of land at 10 Zantho Place, Bullsbrook. It sold in about June 2015 for $490,000.

The other semi-underground Operations Building and Transmitting Building was located 2.1 kms south west of the Remote Receiving Bunker on Lot1, Chittering Road, Bullsbrook. The land was up for sale in 2016. When Mike Wilson was in the cadets in the mid 1980s, they used this semi-underground bunker at Bullsbrook for their cadet activities.

 

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 I'd like this thank Mike Wilson and Jamie Howard for their assistance with this home page.

 

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This page first produced 13 May 2003

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