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.

Curriculum Connect

Free resources and classroom activities created for teachers, by teachers.
Enrich the lives of your students by expanding their knowledge of the Australian war experience with free, classroom-ready teaching resources linked to the curriculum and State Library collections. 

Plan your visit

Information to help you plan and make the most of your visit. 

History of Anzac Square

Blog

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.

Anzac Square on Instagram

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