AMERICAN RED CROSS
BERNLY OFFICER'S CLUB
15 SPRINGFIELD AVENUE,
KINGS CROSS, SYDNEY
DURING WW2

 

Bernly Private Hotel at 15 Springfield Avenue, Kings Cross, Sydney was taken over by the military and became Bernly American Red Cross Officer's Club.

An advertisement in "The Land" newspaper on 18 November 1938, described Bernly at Springfield Avenue, Kings Cross as Sydney's latest Private Hotel with 100 bedrooms, with hot and cold water and telephone in every room. The owner was as F. J. Berne.

 

Bernly Hotel, Kings Cross, Sydney

 


Photo:- via Philip Hunter

Bernly American Red Cross Officers Club, Sydney

 


Photo:- via Philip Hunter

Marine Aviator Hunter outside the Bernly American Red Cross Officers Club

 

The Bernly Hotel in Kings Cross, Sydney was being used as budget accommodation in 2014.

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I'd like to thank Philp Hunter for his assistance with this web page. His father was a Marine Aviator on leave in Sydney from the Solomon Islands where he was based in 1943 and 1944.

 

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