The Air Raid Shelter

Tiny Eulo was chosen as a site for a safety shelter during the World War II, due to it being in the direct flight path from Darwin to Melbourne and it was also a communication link used to wire info between the major centres.
The shelter is built of heavy-gauge corrugated steel curved over a trench but is now a bit rusty (& could be mistaken for a dog kennel) and doesn’t sport the sandbags and grass that once hid it from view. When built it could hold 50 people standing up.

air raid shelter at Eulo