The surveillance and management of Australia’s long and remote northern coastline has always been problematic. From the British settlements in the early 1800s to modern Border Protection, successive governments have struggled to maintain an effective presence along this difficult border.
|Title of host publication||The territory remembers|
|Subtitle of host publication||75 years|
|Place of Publication||Darwin|
|Publisher||Northern Territory Government|
|Number of pages||13|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|