The ANZAC Square War Memorial is uniquely and ideally set in peaceful surrounds amidst the hustle and bustle of city life. Centrally located, ANZAC Square is dedicated to Australia’s military heritage. The Shrine of Remembrance, with its Eternal Flame, forms the focal point for the radially patterned pathways, pools, lawns and Bribie Island Pine and Bottle trees.
There are interactive displays in place that explain the significance of ANZAC Square to visitors. Co-located within ANZAC Square, in the pedestrian tunnel, is the World War II Shrine of Memories. Visitors can view Honour Rolls, Unit Plaques and a mosaic containing over 140,000 hand-cut Venetian glass enamels and soils from official World War II cemeteries.
128 Adelaide Street, Brisbane City
Please note that ANZAC Square Memorial is not a serviced venue. For any facilities enquiries, please contact Brisbane City Council on 3403 8888.
The public square is open daily.
The Memorial Crypt and Shrine of Memories are open Monday to Friday from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm