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But unless you work at Pine Gap, or have spent decades researching what really goes on here, your knowledge about it is probably fairly limited.
And forget taking a tour to learn more about it because you’re not even getting close to seeing inside.
The facility, which marks its 50th anniversary this year and has conjured up its share of supporters and critics, maintains as big a presence in Central Australia as Uluru. Except Uluru is open to tourism and Pine Gap only to a select 1000 or so workers. But how much do we really know about this significant site?
Read full article Pine Gap ‘Spy base’ Alice Springs: What you never knew about top-secret facility published in News.com.au