BROTHELS LOCATED IN BRISBANE
DURING WW2

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visits since 27 May 2001

 

- Bathurst House, Margaret St., City (next to the large building - now a Kings Car Park, previously a P.M.G. Transport Depot). During the war men would line up outside Bathurst House with 2-0-0 in their hand.

- Ernest Street, South Brisbane

- Nott Street, South Brisbane

- "Elsie's", Albert Street between Mary St and Margaret St. featured a Green Door immoratlised by Horrie Dargie in a song

- "Killarney" off Fish Lane, South Brisbane

- two brothels behind the Breakfast Creek Hotel, Albion

- Bulimba area

 

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