Anzac Square and Memorial Galleries

The place where Queensland remembers

Experience the quiet solitude of Queensland’s pre-eminent war memorial and gain a greater understanding of Australia’s military past at Anzac Square.

Located in Brisbane CBD, with the spectacular Shrine of Remembrance and Eternal Flame burning at its heart, Anzac Square provides permanent recognition for those who fought and died in the service of our nation and offers generations of Queenslanders a place to reflect on their bravery and sacrifice.

Plan your visit

For the safety of our community, Anzac Square Memorial Galleries is temporarily closed to the public. Explore the Anzac Square Memorial Galleries digitised content via State Library’s One Search.

History of Anzac Square


First World War death registers

Queenslands Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages have a First World War death register that holds the names of almost 10000 soldiers who didn’t die in Queensland.

Nurse Constance Keys

Queensland nurse Constance Keys story and diary extracts of her observations. Her complete collection has been digitised and is available through the SLQ Catalogue.

2nd Australian Stationary Hospital, Mudros Bay

Greta's experience at Number 2 Australian Standing Hospital (2ASH) at Mudros Bay on the Greek Island, Lemnos - some 100 miles from the ANZAC fighting at Gallipoli.

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Marching band participates in the Peace Day procession in Brisbane, 1919