Army Museum South Queensland (formerly known as the Victoria Barracks Museum) is a Heritage-listed site containing many reminders of early life in the Colony of Queensland and the early days of the Commonwealth. The buildings date from 1864, although the majority were built just before or just after Federation. The Barracks is still in use […]
Due to major refurbishment this site will be closed for guided tours until further notice. With its foundation stone laid on ANZAC Day 1928, and built from local materials, the Freemasons Queensland Masonic Memorial Centre is the headquarters of the United Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of Queensland. It is also dedicated […]
Anglicans have been worshipping in the inner Brisbane suburb of Paddington/Milton for over 130 years. In 1873, with the congregation growing, the parish of Christ Church Milton was formed. The mortuary chapel services were previously held in soon became inadequate and it was decided to look for possible sites for a new church. A stone […]
This museum is now closed to the general public.
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 […]