Enrich the lives of your students by supporting their understanding of the Australian war experience and its enduring impact on modern life.

We offer free, guided tours to school groups wishing to explore Anzac Square Memorial Galleries, as well as professional development workshops and classroom-ready teaching resources linked to the curriculum and State Library collections.

We also offer schools the opportunity for self-directed research. The Post-1945 Gallery can be set up as a study space, and groups have the use of a screen for presentations. 

Book a school group tour

School groups can enjoy a free, guided tour of Anzac Square Memorial Galleries Monday to Friday at 10:30am, 11:30am and 1:30pm. Bookings are essential. Please contact our friendly team to discuss your school requirements on 0466 922 259 or email

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Resources for caregivers and teachers

Developed by State Library of Queensland, Curriculum Connect makes finding free, teacher-reviewed, classroom-ready resources and activities simple.

The following resources have been designed to support educators in the classroom, and provide meaningful engagement for students before, during and after an excursion to Anzac Square Memorial Galleries.

Education resources

Excursion guides

Professional development for teachers

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Online professional development sessions for teachers

Delivered via Zoom, our popular program of online professional development workshops has been designed specifically for teachers and offers lifelong learning for educators with a passion for history.

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