It is located in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD in immaculately groomed gardens which have radial paths leading to the Shrine of Remembrance.
If you are in Brisbane on the 25 of April a Dawn Service is held at the Shrine of Remembrance to honour the men who fought at Gallipoli in World War 1.
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The tour is completely free and takes around 30 minutes to an hour, depending on how fast you want to take it.Albert Street, Brisbane ANZAC Square is named in honour of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps who served in overseas armed service including the Second Boer War, World War I and II, the Vietnam War and campaigns in Korea, Borneo and New Guinea.Visit “Speaker’s Corner”, a corner of the square where you’ll see statues of famous Queenslanders like Sir Charles Lilley and Steele Rudd.Open daily 9am - 5pm Phone: 07 3403 888Web: King George Square Customs House is situated on the Brisbane River in the CBD and is one of Brisbane’s heritage listen icons.A notable feature of the gardens is the mangrove boardwalk with an avenue of bunya pines.
There is a cafe nestled amongst the garden with a fresh innovative menu.
Start at Central Station and follow a trail of 32 brass plaques set into the pavement.
These plaques showcase various observations on Brisbane by a variety of famous authors.
The Riverstage is located in the gardens and is a popular venue for concerts and events, with an estimated 100,000 people attending events here each year. Museum of Brisbane (formerly Brisbane City Gallery) has a host of exhibits that celebrates the communities and culture of Brisbane through an original and contemporary blend of social history and visual arts.
The Museum of Brisbane is usually located in Brisbane City Hall but as it is closed for restoration the museum has taken up a new residence.
Ground Floor, 157 Ann Street Open daily 10am - 5pm Phone: (07) 3403 8888 Web: Brisbane City Hall was officially open in April 1930 and is the seat of the Brisbane City Council.