BOOMERANG PARK ARMY CAMP,
RAYMOND TERRACE, NSW
IN AUSTRALIA DURING WWII
Boomerang Park in Raymond Terrace, New South Wales was apparently first used by Australian Army forces preparing for deployment to the Boer War. It was also used by the Australian Light Horse in preparation for deployment during WWI. It was also used as a camp site and headquarters for 1 Field Regiment of the Australian Army during WWII. Use of the park was negotiated with the Port Stephens Shire Council.
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