ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH/SCHOOL
IN BAGE STREET, NUNDAH, BRISBANE, QLD
USED AS COMMAND CENTRE
FOR LOCAL ANTI-AIRCRAFT INSTALLATION
DURING WW2

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The Roman Catholic Church/School in Bage Street, Nundah, Brisbane, Queensland was the Command Centre for the anti-aircraft installations in the area.

56 Battery Troop Headquarters and a Searchlight Battery were located at nearby Nudgee Beach near the QATB hut. 

Headquarters for 56th Battery was located at Berwick Street in Fortitude Valley.

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I'd like to thank Noel Wallis for his assistance with this home page. Noel's father, Bill Wallis, was an Ambulance Officer who was stationed from time to time at the QATB hut at Nudgee Beach to render First Aid to the locals.

 

REFERENCES

"Memories of Nudgee Beach"
By Noel W. Wallis

 

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