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During World War II, North Fort Plotting Room was one time the nerve center for Sydney's wartime defense. The bunker had been restored and now opened for the first time for the public. The first tour was sold out in a matter of hours. There are over 80 historical and architectural sites that people can explore in Sydney Open weekend from November 2-3.
The bunker has a tine camouflage-painted cabin in bushland on Sydney's North Head is a set of narrow concrete steps that lead to the North Fort Plotting Room, which is located in the deep down underground. It is Sydney's best-concealed defense mysteries. The bombproof reinforced concrete bunker is well under eight meters below the surface. It was used as an information hub during World War II.