The security cameras are part of a complex network, which also involved training multiple port security personnel on the operation of the system. The PTZ cameras allow port staff to manage vessels entering and exiting the Port of Townsville despite vast distances thanks to their powerful zoom lenses. As well as being installed at multiple locations around the site, a camera has been installed on top of Cement Australia's silo located in the Port of Townsville. One of the most exciting events in the life of the Maritime Museum so far is the recent arrival into our collection of the patrol boat Townsville.
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If you require catering, please order directly through your chosen caterer or ask us to recommend a suitable provider. We at QueAccess Pty Ltd are a North Lakes based Locksmithing & Electronic Security company, servicing North Lakes, surrounding suburbs, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. Photo Reaction РCamera, photography & videography training plus camera pre-purchase advice Australia wide! As a Featured Business, you are showcased quarterly on the Home-page, you appear at the top of your Business Category in the North Lakes Business Directory and your events & deals are promoted on our Facebook page. The Royal Australian Air Force Base Townsville (YBTL) is a main fighter base located 7km from Townsville, Queensland.


The site for RAAF Base Townsville was selected in 1939 after the Australian Department of Defence started to enhance Queensland's northern defences in preparation for war between Japan and the USA. Construction of two gravelled runways, a hangar with a control tower facility, workshops, mess, and dispersal taxiways began in early 1940 and was completed by end of the same year. The base's powerhouse, with its own diesel-powered generator, was opened in 1941 and was expanded in the same year.
RAAF Base Garbutt terminated its fighter defence operations in 1942, while its bomber functions were wound down in 1943 after defeating Japan in New Guinea. The Australian Department of Defence undertook redevelopment of RAAF Base Townsville in two stages at a cost of AS$142 million (stage 1 was AS$70m and stage 2 AS$72m). Stage 1 began in January 2000 to rectify deficits of the previous construction works at the base.
The scope of work included construction of hangars, a vehicle maintenance facility, a fuel tanker maintenance facility, crew rooms, an earth-covered operations building, workshop, office space, ordnance loading, and taxiway aprons.
The redevelopment works of Stage 2 included demolition of some old facilities and building transit accommodation, a combined mess facility, a combined headquarters building, an air movements terminal, a liquid dry breathing oxygen facility, a central emergency power station, a physical fitness centre, a dangerous goods store, and a base training complex. The 171 squadron of 5th Aviation Precinct was relocated from RAAF Base Townsville to Holsworthy Army Base in January 2007 to render the Australian Defence Force with a counter terrorism capability. RAAF Base Townsville proposed a Multi Role Helicopter Facilities (MRH) Package 2 project to maintain and store the MRH90 helicopter, which was deployed at the base as replacement for the 171 Squadron.
The scope of work for this project included the renovation of a technical support troop facility, an ALSE workshop upgrade and a new store building.


Personnel residing at the base are provided with training, transit accommodation, mess, recreation, rest rooms, sporting fields, cardiovascular training, dining facilities and medical care facilities. Well known for its role in the first of the popular TV series Patrol Boat, the vessel is close to the hearts of the Townsville community. The base is one of the primary defence constellations in northern Australia and shares its runway with the nearby civilian Townsville Airport. 44 wing DET TVL is owned by Surveillance and Response Group which operates 11 air traffic control (ATC) stations across Australia. The vessel was gifted to the museum by the Commonwealth Department of Defence in May 2007 with assistance from both the Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for Defence and Member for Herbert Peter Lindsay, the-then Parliamentary Secretary for Defence, and the Mayor of Townsville, Cr.
The ship has been given to us in pristine condition, as if the crew had all just stepped out for lunch. As you may know, the Coyote was continuously chasing the Roadrunner in the Roadrunner cartoon and never actually caught him although he tried very, very hard. Another aspect of this relationship was that the when the Coyote failed he picked himself up and continued to try and succeed in catching the Roadrunner over and over again.
Whilst the Navy does catch many of these boats there are some that just seem to get away, but the Navy will still try and catch them -albeit at a later date.Being a community asset, we are most keen to encourage organisations to take advantage of the unique opportunity that this vessel offers.



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