EASTERN AREA HEADQUARTERS
"KILMORY", 6 WENTWORTH ST.,
EDGECLIFF (LATER KNOWN AS POINT PIPER)
DURING WW2

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"Kilmory", 6 Wentworth Street, Point Piper, Sydney

"Kilmory", 6 Wentworth Street, Point Piper was commandeered by the military during WW2 from Sir Alexander MacCormick to establish Eastern Area Headquarters on 15 May 1942.

"Kilmory" was built in 1912 for Sir Alexander MacCormick, who was a surgeon and a member of the Sydney University Medical School. After the war, it became Riverview College and then became a Franciscan Retreat.

"Kilmory", 6 Wentworth Street, Point Piper, Sydney

 

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