- School tours
Book a free school tour
Teachers, book a free school tour of Anzac Square & Memorial Galleries and allow your students to explore the people, places and stories that underpin Queensland's military history. Through this tour, students can discover the local significance of Australia's war history and uncover the stories of Queenslanders who showed remarkable courage, resilience, bravery, and selflessness during times of conflict.
Download the PDF to view specific links to the Australian Curriculum (Version 9.0) and the QCAA Modern History General Senior Syllabus.
Our free guided tours operate weekdays at 10:30am, 11:30am, and 12:30pm, and run for approximately 45 minutes. Tours can be tailored to suit all year levels, areas of study, and specific timeframes.
If your group has special requirements, please contact us directly to discuss how we can assist.
t: 0466 922 259
Number of attendees
Tour groups are limited to a maximum of 30 participants including supervising adults. One adult supervisor is required for each group of 30 students. A maximum of 2 tour groups (60 participants) are available during each time slot. Larger groups may wish to book across multiple time slots and are welcome to do so.
Please let us know, via the booking form, if members of your group have accessibility requirements. All interactive screens in the galleries are wheelchair accessible. Ambulant toilets are also available in the Post World War II Memorial Gallery.
Find out more about access at Anzac Square Memorial Galleries.
Prepare for your visit by downloading free printable resources and engaging with free teacher professional development on the Curriculum Connect website.
Use these resources during your visit:
Bring the Anzac Square Memorial Galleries into your classroom! You can also access resources to use before or after your visit.
Start your group tour at the main entry. Look for the large double brass doors located in the left corner of the Anzac Square parkland.
The Anzac Square Memorial Galleries are a designated sacred and commemorative site. Food and drinks are not to be consumed inside. However, the Anzac Square parklands offer many shaded and grassed areas for picnic lunches.
Enrich your experience
Dive deeper into your topic by combining your tour of Anzac Square Memorial Galleries with a Research Experience at the State Library of Queensland, conveniently located just a 20-minute walk across the river. Through this enriching experience, students can explore State Library’s collection, building information literacy skills, and extend their content knowledge through research. Provide your topic when booking to enable our librarians to prepare a tailored study guide for your students to use during and after their visit. While you’re here, a member of our Schools Engagement team will demonstrate how students can use State Library’s catalogue and online resources to their advantage.