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ANZAC Square Memorial Galleries school and group bookings
Anzac Square Memorial Galleries Tour: The Place where Queensland Remembers
About this Event
Experience Queensland’s pre-eminent war memorial and gain a greater understanding of Australia’s military past at Anzac Square. The refreshed Anzac Square Memorial Galleries curated by State Library of Queensland allow you to delve deeper into Queensland’s war history than ever before - embarking on an interactive journey from World War One to today.
Tours are led for adult groups as well as primary, secondary and tertiary students. Tours last 30-45 minutes. If your group has special requirements, please contact us directly to discuss how we can assist.
Please note that tours are not offered on public holidays.
- Available days: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays
- Available session times: 10:30am, 11:30am, 1:00pm
- Location: Anzac Square Memorial Galleries, 285 Ann Street, Brisbane City.
Meet at the main entry. Look for the large double brass doors leading to the World War I Memorial Gallery, located in the left corner of the Anzac Square parkland.
- t: 0466 922 259
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Number of attendees
In order to comply with Queensland Health COVID-19 guidelines, tour groups are limited to a maximum of 15 participants per Gallery (including staff and supervising adults for school groups). A maximum of 2 tour groups (30 participant tickets) are available during each time slot. Larger groups may wish to book across multiple time slots and are welcome to do so. Please email staff for activities to undertake in the area.
COVID-19 updates and how you can access us can be found here – https://www.slq.qld.gov.au/alerts.
Please let us know, via the booking form, if members of your group have mobility challenges. All interactive screens in the galleries are wheelchair accessible. Ambulant toilets are also available in the Post World War II Memorial Gallery.
Visitors are required to provide contact tracing details – name, email address and phone number, on arrival.
School and group bookings are requested to supply contact tracing information (for all students, teachers and/or supervising adults) two days prior to their planned visit.
Learning resources for teachers are available on the Anzac Square website www.anzacsquare.qld.gov.au.
You can contact the Schools Engagement team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 3840 7768.
Additional notes for school groups
One adult supervisor is required for each group of 15 students. Please book the appropriate amount of supervising adult tickets for each group of 15 students. A supervising adult is expected to supervise students at all times.
Two days’ notice for cancellation of tours would be appreciated. Please cancel via Eventbrite. Alternatively, please email email@example.com or contact us on 0466 922 259.
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