COOLANGATTA LEAVE AREA, US NAVY
CAMP NO. 4, GREENMOUNT HILL CAMP,
QUEENSLAND, DURING WW2

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The picnic shelter shed on Greenmount Hill just off Marine Parade is the only remaining evidence of Camp No. 4, Greenmount Hill Camp.

The Royal Navy (British) and Dutch forces may have occupied the camp after the US Navy moved out.


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United States Navy, Coolangatta Leave Area, Camp No. 4, Greenmount Hill Camp

 


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Greenmount Hill during WW2

 

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