Anzac Day 2018 in Brisbane
On Anzac Day each year we remember all Australians who served and died in all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations. 25 April marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War.
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Find suggestions for Brisbane City Council parks, venues and facilities. We have plenty of ideas, whether you want to spend Anzac Day indoors or outdoors.
Want more ideas? Find out what's happening in Brisbane this week.
Find information about your local Anzac service, dawn services around Brisbane and other Anzac Day events.
Watch the Anzac Day Parade with family and friends to commemorate former and current service men and women.
Find out about temporary road closures and changes to parking arrangements from 24-25 April for Anzac Day commemorations.
Discover the streets around Brisbane that commemorate the spirit of the Anzacs through the Streets of Remembrance project.
From 19-28 April, Toowong Cemetery will host Anzac Commemoration events including theatrical tours, concerts and a movie night.
Visit the National Freedom Wall at Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha. Enjoy free tours of the wall on Anzac Day from 10am-1pm.
This Anzac Day, pay your respects to past service men and women at one of Brisbane's cemeteries.
Discover the stunning public artworks around Brisbane this Anzac Day by going for a walk on a public art trail.
There are hundreds of parks scattered across Brisbane. Enjoy the weather and spend some time in a park on Anzac Day.
Discover South Bank Parklands. Take a walk, have a picnic or check out what's on at South Bank Parklands.
From 1-5pm visit the Museum of Brisbane to discover the people, places and stories of our beautiful city.
Take your boat, canoe, or kayak out on the Brisbane River or creeks. Find out where to access public boat ramps, canoe ramps and pontoons.