Headquarters Joint Operational Command
Just outside Bungendore, in NSW, right on the ACT border.
“This is probably the most secure location in Australia,” Brigadier Wayne Budd told the Sun-Herald Newspaper in 2008.
It certainly has a magnificent fence
HQJOC is the command centre for whatever Australian military forces are active anywhere in the world. Operations in Afghanistan are run from here.
There is a proposal to initiate NVDA towards this facility on 26 April 2012. http://www.cairnspeacebypeace.org/?page_id=1358
That proposal contains and relies on a residential nonviolence workshop at the Australian Quaker Centre at Silver Wattle, about 10 kilometres from HQJOC as the crow flies. http://silverwattle.org.au/about-silver-wattle/ The workshop will examine possibilities for peak NVDA involving civil disobedience. In addition to the residential workshop, it may be possible to organise a larger presence for a more low key picket at the facility’s front entrance.