In an earlier post, I talked about the RAAF Radio Receiving Station which was located at Werribee, 35 km west of Melbourne, in WW2.
I have discovered some more images from the Australian War Memorial, which may be of interest.
The Station was located west of the town, next to the Werribee River, just off the Old Geelong Rd. The site was later used for the present-day Water Treatment Plant of Melbourne Water. There is an old RAAF building still standing, which may have been part of the Station, which closed down in 1947.
This was the main Australian Central Receiving Station for the RAAF. There were 52 AR7 receivers in racks, and 31 Rhombic antennas.
Regards from Melbourne
Werribee RAAF Receiving Station - antenna switching panel - 1944
Adjusting receiving antenna feeder lines
The receiving room, showing the 52 AR7 receivers