Flint & Steel Guesthouse

Flint & Steel Guesthouse was situated on Broken Bay, north of Sydney, Australia. It was constructed from 1920 to 1965. The guesthouse and nearby waterways were resumed by the navy during the second world war. Navy personnel at nearby Hungry Beach were known to have frequented "Flint & Steel". The guesthouse was destroyed by fire in 1971.[1][2][3][4]

Flint & Steel Guesthouse
New South Wales
Flint & Steel Guesthouse entrance.JPG
ruins of Flint & Steel Guesthouse, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park
Flint & Steel Guesthouse is located in New South Wales
Flint & Steel Guesthouse
Flint & Steel Guesthouse
Coordinates33°34′43″S 151°16′59″E / 33.578552°S 151.282992°E / -33.578552; 151.282992Coordinates: 33°34′43″S 151°16′59″E / 33.578552°S 151.282992°E / -33.578552; 151.282992
Elevation15 m (49 ft)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Commodore Heights, author Tony Dawson cited March 2016 - http://dictionaryofsydney.org/entry/commodore_heights
  2. ^ The McGaw House author Tessa Corkill, cited March 2016. http://www.elvina.info/mcgaw/mcgaw.pdf
  3. ^ "Flint And Steel Guesthouse - A Hand Built Home That Kept Growing". Pittwater Online News. Retrieved 16 October 2019.
  4. ^ Braemar. "The House that Mac Built". Trove, National Library of Australia, from The Sydney Mail, February 5th, 1936. Page 37. Retrieved 16 October 2019.