We visit the site of a forward airstrip used by both the RAAF and USAAC in the defence of Northern Australia against Japanese air raids during WW2. Extensive drum dumps, personnel camp sites, dispersal taxi-ways and some bomb-proof aircraft revetments remain in the bush. The airstrip, in a much truncated form, is still in use today. Please note that NO RELIC HUNTING OR METAL DETECTING is carried out in the area of DECLARED HISTORICAL WRECKS or MEMORIAL SITES – as ex-RAAF members we treat these sites with the utmost respect. Thanks for watching and please take the time to visit our site www.nqexplorers.com. Happy Hunting everyone!