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PlaceCourtney's Post was the centre post of three - Quinn's, Courtney's and Steele's - that occupied precarious, but critical, positions along the lip of Monash Valley, in the heights above ANZAC Cove. Mon...
SuburbApproximately 6 kilometres to the north-west of Brisbane, Enoggera was the site of the main reception camp for Queensland recruits for the AIF. The Defence Department had first acquired land at Enogge...
PlaceNamed after Major Thomas Steele of the 14th Battalion, Steele's Post was the southern-most of three - Quinn's, Courtney's and Steele's - that occupied precarious, but critical, positions along the lip...
PlaceRussell's Top was part of a ridge line that stretched northwest from ANZAC Cove and joined the "second ridge", along which the ANZAC frontline was established, at the large round hill called Baby 700....