Fort Lytton defended Brisbane continuously from colonial times until after WW2. The historic fort consists of about a hectare of colonial buildings, tunnels and other fortified structures embedded in a protective earth-mound wall and surrounded by a 10m-wide water-filled moat. In addition, numerous other fortifications, museum buildings and outdoor exhibits occupy the 13 hectare site.
Click Here to see World of Warships - Naval Fortress: Lytton
CLICK HERE to see what Channel 7's Great South East says about our latest attraction "Fort Lytton at Night".
The top photograph shows a re-enactment of colonial soldiers firing one of Fort Lytton's original guns. Re-enactments of various types occur regularly at Fort Lytton.
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