We make a return visit (Part II) to the site of “H” Australian Heavy Battery, a Heavy Coastal Gun Emplacement comprising two 155mm guns, two Sperry searchlight positions, a Battery Command Post, Regimental Aid Post, and camp area. The unit comprised 127 Australian Army Personnel. On this outing we uncover more military relics and the first predecimal coins from the site. The emplacement was strategically located on a remote headland guarding an important harbour entrance on lower Cape York Peninsula. Although the guns were never fired in anger, the installation provided important support and protection for RAN and USN operations in the Coral Sea, and against New Guinea and Guadalcanal. Thanks for watching and please take the time to visit our site www.nqexplorers.com. Happy Hunting everyone!