RESIDENCES & BUILDING COMMANDEERED
BY THE MILITARY IN MELBOURNE DURING WW2

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visits since 14 November 2000

 

39 Ackland Street, South Yarra
used by Services Reconnaissance Department (SRD)
225 Domain Road, South Yarra
Netherlands Forces Intelligence Service
"Airlie", corner of Punt Road and Domain Road
HQ for Special Operations
"Banff", 145 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda Capitol Building, Swanston Street, Melbourne, Allied Services Club - The "Dug-Out" Century Building, 125-32 Swanston St.
RAAF HQ Signals Unit
Coventry St. building, "N" Block
Combined Operational Intelligence Centre, Central War Room, & Area Combined HQ Melbourne
"Frognall" 54 Mont Albert Road, Canterbury, VIC
Melbourne W/T Shadow Signal Station (Wireless Telegraphy)
"Grosvenor"
Queens Road
Australian Army Cipher Production Unit
"Goodrest", 104 Toorak Road, South Yarra
used by FELO
Irving Road, Toorak
RAAF HQ Signals Unit
Ivanhoe Grammar School
Headquarters Home Forces
Kellow House, St. Kilda Rd.,
South Yarra
RAAF HQ Signals Unit
Radio Receiving Station RAAF
Kensington Town Hall
underground "Command Bunker"
"Leura"
Possible WAAAF Barrcaks on corner Toorak
and Orrong Roads, Toorak
Melbourne Boy's High School
RAN Establishment and possible tunnel to South Yarra Station
"Meriden", 437 St. Kilda Road, Melbourne
Hostel Meriden
(Run by the Australian Comforts Fund and the Young Women's Christian Association YWCA for Servicewomen on leave)
"Monterey" Apartments
Queens Road
Analytical section of FRUMEL
MacRobertson Girls High School
Headquarters for the U.S. Army Forces in Australia
"Orrong"
52 Clendon Road, Toorak
Prince of Wales Hotel, Fitzroy Street, St. Kilda
used as barracks by the military
"Queen's Mansion", 364 Beaconsfield Parade, St Kilda "Rathbaron"
75 Clendon Road, Toorak
Royal Melbourne Hospital
used by the US 4th General Hospital
Trustees Executive & Agency Co. Ltd building
401-403 Collins Street
MacArthur's HQ
   

 

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This page first produced 14 November 2000

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