Shrine of Remembrance ANZAC War Memorial - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
A panorama showing the ANZAC War Memorial in Brisbane. The circular monument has an eternal flame burning at the center, with inscriptions carved around the inside edges of the lentil stones.
Shrine of Remembrance ANZAC War Memorial - FURTHER INFORMATION
Shrine of Remembrance ANZAC War Memorial - Brisbane visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Shrine of Remembrance ANZAC War Memorial' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Queensland.
Every major city in Australia and New Zealand has an ANZAC War Memorial. The one in Brisbane stands opposite the Central Station on the north side of ANZAC Square on Ann Street. The term 'ANZAC' comes from 'Australian and New Zealand Army Corps' and remembers the fallen from these nations in WWI.
The circular monument is made Helidon sandstone with 18 pillars topped by lintel stones with an text carved around the inside. In the middle of the circle is an 'Eternal Flame', protected by iron railings. The Shrine of Remembrance overlooks ANZAC square, a garden with various trees, statues and pathways.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Train: Central Station