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AUSTRALIA

June 17: Australians pioneer teleportation

May 27: Aussies help Mars mission

April 29: Phone call spies busy - Big Brother alive in Australia

April 14: Space countdown for Woomera

April 2: Australia used for secret tests of UK ballistic missile

March 26: Three silver spheres seen over Melbourne

February 17: Australian Dish finds star

January 11: Nuke leak at Australian uranium mine

January 10: Aussie scientists help develop Mars probe robots

AUSTRALIA 2001

December 31: Documents reveal 1950's Oz nerve gas tests.

December 30: UFO landing evidence in southern Victoria?

December 18: Protestors raid Australian nuclear reactor - Lucas Heights

December 4. US experts to check Australian UFO film

November 6: Twenty crop circles have appeared on the property of farmer Don White at his property in Victoria, Australia (BELOW)

November 1, 2001. UFO's spotted over Brisbane

October 31, 2001: Twenty crop circles have appeared on the property of farmer Don White at his property in Victoria, Australia

October 30, 2001. Faster than sound: scramjet testing in Australia

October 4, 2001: An Australian woman claimed to have been abducted by a UFO from the Northern Queensland town of Gundiah.

July 21, 2001: A triangular UFO was seen and filmed over Melbourne

Belconnen: A Secret NATO Base in Australia?

The 1998 Guyra "crash"

The Kelly Cahill Encounter
Cahill's encounter occurred in 1993 when she was driving past a strip of grassy land in Melbourne.

Peter Khoury Bill Chalker and alien DNA

Pine Gap

Synchroton

The Tully saucer nest

Fred Valentich

UFO's in Victoria

The 1999 Victorian UFO flap

The Westall High School Encounter - Melb April 1966

Woomera Rocket Range

Rumours of underground tunnels and military facilities in Australia 

Melbourne's Herald Sun newspaper reported on November 3, 2002 that Melbourne could be sitting on a network of military tunnels, part of a system stretching to Townsville.

But it's what they contain that is exciting researchers, Chris Tinkler wrote.

 

A similar report appeared in the same paper on June 22, 2001, suggesting the existence of tunnels and nuclear safe-havens below Canberra.

Sealed beneath a car-park in Canberra's parliamentary circle lies an abandoned relic of the Cold War.

For more than twenty years a vast network of tunnels and rooms served as a secure communications centre for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and ASIS, Australia's overseas spying centre.

Once a hive of activity humming with cable traffic from diplomatic posts around the world the complex now stands dark and empty.

Rumors about it , and tunnels linking it to old Parliament House and Lake Burley Griffen have long existed in Canberrean folklore.

The steel sheathed bomb-proof bunker is open to the public.

The tunnels were built in the early 1950's to link old Parliament House, which offered next to no protection from a nuclear bomb, to the safer communications centre.

Parliamentarians would take refuge there during an attack before making their exit near Lake Burley Griffen. DFAT and ASIS moved out in 1996.

The underground office complex was furnished in 1970's decor and fitted out with the help of psychologists to combat sensory deprivation.

Belconnen: A Secret NATO Base in Australia?

A secret underground base is said to be located below Belconnen, in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).

Near Canberra, the base became known as "the Sheep Paddock" and is said to be located beneath an actual pasture in the Great Dividing Range.

Within the field are several antennae arrays and a small cinderblock security building that houses the elevator to the underground command post.

"There are at least three stories underground," one source said. "On the third level, staff members man computer terminals."

Interestingly, that portion of the Great Dividing Range is rumored to be undercut by tremendous limestone caverns.
In his book, Mysterious Australia, Rex Gilroy writes that in 1848 settlers in the area "discovered a great natural limestone archway through one of the bluffs. 

Exploring south of there one day, two young men came across a hole in one of the limestone cliffs. Realising it went deep into the cliff side, they went back to their farmhouse for rags and oil with which to make torches.

Lighting these upon their return, they entered a hole which they found sloped down into a large chamber from which another larger hole led off into another chamber, then another and another...

They made a large fire on the cave floor.

The flames mounted gradually to reveal the full extent of the cavern -- some 200 feet across, rising well over that in height, with a great many formations dripping from the sloping walls.