In honour of upcoming Remembrance Day you can remember the service of Australian soldiers by stopping and paying respects at one of these memorials.
This forestry look-out monument is dedicated to the men who stormed Hill 60 at Gallipoli in 1915, as well as the Queensland Forestry workers responsible for developing the Queensland Hoop Pine plantations.
ANZAC Square is a state memorial for the citizens who served overseas in armed forces campaigns. It is the site for national commemorative services such as ANZAC day and Remembrance Day. Sites located here include the Boer War Memorial Digger, Korea Malaya Borneo Memorial, Bench Plaques, Peace Keepers Memorial, Shrine of Memories, Shrine of Remembrance, Southwest Pacific Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Women’s Frieze, and WWII Memorial.
This shrine is dedicated to WWI, WWII, Malayan Emergency, Korean War, Indonesian Confrontation and Vietnam War. It is made of bronze and marble with a sandstone base. 545 names of enlisted servicemen and women from the shire are recorded here.
This marble monument is dedicated to WWII, and is the only one of its kind in Australia.
In the beautiful Gold Coast Botanical Gardens lies this dedication to those who lost their lives to war.
This monument is dedicated to those from the Kilcoy District who lost their lives during WWI and WWII.
This full size marble digger, standing at ease, is dedicated to those from the Nanango District who lost their lives during WWI, WWII, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.
This curved sandstone wall is dedicated to those who lost their lives during WWI, WWII, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.
This National War Dog Memorial is at Alexandra Headlands and is dedicated to the Australian Tracker Dogs who died during the Vietnam War.
Located at Drayton Cemetery, this sandstone cross is dedicated to those who served during WWI. ANZAC Day services are held here each year.
You may also be interested in Southwest Queensland.
For more information on Queensland War Memorials click here.