First, it is cute. Albany became a major site during World War II for Australian forces leaving the country and for US forces/submarines, when the Japanese were threatening. This is a fortress that is being restored/developed by volunteers, using the money they get from admissions to the area.
Static displays include two old fortress guns that were put in place to defend Albany, but never fired in anger, and an ammunition bunker. There are several displays of military uniforms ranging from the Australian Light Calvary to current Australian military uniforms. There are gun turrets and anti aircraft mounts from several navy ships and a variety of torpedoes, a torpedo launcher, and a surface to air missile and ship to underwater missile.
The volunteers guides are knowledgable and enthusiastic.