Journey into the Underworld... experience an engineering and architectural marvel hidden in plain sight with 1.2km of subterranean tunnels, passages and chambers!
Fort Stony Batter is a WWII Coastal Defence Fortress located at the Eastern end of Waiheke Island. The location was chosen for its strategic advantage of an uninterrupted view of the Hauraki Gulf and shipping approach to Auckland city.
Commissioned in 1942 under absolute secrecy, the complex comprises 1.2km’s of subterranean passages, chambers and stairwells all tunnelled by hand. The fortress was designed to take direct enemy bombardment and is in a very high state of preservation. This is an Architectural and Engineering marvel.
Classified: Heritage 1 listed “Monument of national significance”.
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