Your Anzac Day

Be part of the story of Queensland

Discover ways to share and commemorate this Anzac Day at home or in person at Anzac Square Memorial Galleries.

This year, we see a welcome return to Anzac Day parades and commemorations across the state, including Queensland’s preeminent Dawn Service, to be held around the Shrine of Remembrance from 4.28am on Sunday 25 April. All are welcome to attend.

Beneath the Shrine, visitors can embark on an interactive journey from World War I to today inside Anzac Square Memorial Galleries, open 5am – 2pm on Anzac Day (Sunday 25 April) and 10am - 4pm on the public holiday (Monday 26 April). Lay a wreath or join our team for a free talk on the History of Anzac Day.

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Following the release of the government’s roadmap to easing Queensland’s restrictions, Anzac Square Memorial Galleries are open to the public.

History of Anzac Square


Government Saving Bank passbook

Raising funds to honour the fallen at Gallipoli with graves.

Perfect soldiers

Eight PERFECT soldiers, great-grandsons of Margaret 'Peggy' Reid and Jonathan Goldspink, enlisted during the First World War. Peggy Reid was a descendant of the Burramattagal (Parramatta) Clan. One of the first to enlist fought at Gallipoli.

Indigenous Australian, Frank OWEN

An indigenous soldier who was with the 4th Field Company Engineers at Gallipoli.

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