a bit different to most memorials. Really interesting, very cleverly done, lots of information. My kids enjoyed it
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It's Brisbane!!! Simple Big country town Slowly trying to be more modern and catch up to the rest of the world but the design and culture of the city just can't do it Trendy modern cafes and coffee shops Expensive Congested traffic Messy city planning...More
Lovely place to visit and read about the history or just sit and enjoy the sunshine, lots of room for the kids to run around as well.
Remembrance, is our history, of the past, to reminds of the sorrow of others, during the wars, it is very pleasant to have to thought, to embrace the memorial.
We walked through this park most days on our stay, it was pleasnt and clean and would be an OK place to eat if you wanted to outside, the mall is close with plenty of food options, and it is close to the train station.
It is a nice place if you want to grab a take-away and sit in the sun on a winter's day. Not much else to do here and easy walking distance to the city.
ANZAC Square is a beautifully preserved living monument to all people who have fallen in the many wars in which Australia has taken part. The trees and plants all have a special significance to each of the conflicts. The park is a beautiful place for...More
A very nice tribute to native Australians and their European-Australian comrades that lost their lives fighting in wars all over the world in the pursuit of peace.
Visited Anzac Square after leaving St. Stephens Cathedral. Lovely park with large Bottle Trees and statues dedicated to men and women that served in the war also lovely bottle trees on each side of the footpath. Climbing the stairs you can see the eternal flame...More
Don't worry about getting out your Brisbane map directions for this one. Just ask a local when in the Brisbane CBD and they will know, as its opposite Central train station. Make sure you visit the War Memorial at the rear of the Square (...More