Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Anzac Square, Rememberance Shrine
The Anzac Memorial was established in Anzac Square, Adelaide Street, to perpetuate the memory of Queensland men and women who served in the Great War, 1914-1918.
The memorial was dedicated at 11am on Armistice Day, Tuesday 11 November 1930, by His Excellency, Sir John Goodwin, Governor of Queensland.
Each year a Remembrance Service is held on the 11th Nov at 11.00am and Dawn Services each 25 April, Anzac Day at 4am.
Photograph's in gallery by Graeme Watson
(All photos in gallery are from a camera phone,
the quality varies depending on weather conditions. (no flashes were used).)
Queensland National Anzac and South African War Memorials, 1920s
Queensland National Anzac and South African War Memorials, Brisbane, Australia.
Circular memorial is The Shrine of Remembrance in Anzac Square, which has an eternal flame. The building in the background is Central Railway Station, featuring an ornate clock tower. Part of the Sidues series of postcards, no. 819.
[Picture: Courtesy of John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland]
Anzac Square Memorial Site, Brisbane, 21 August 1929
Anzac Square Memorial Site, Brisbane, 21 August 1929, looking west along Adelaide Street from approx the intersection of Adelaide and Edwards Streets. 21 August 1929.
[Picture: Courtesy of Queensland Department of Public Works]