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ANZAC Square Peace Keepers Memorial

Description

Tree and plaque memorial, situated on the south-western edge of ANZAC Square. The tree is a commemorative pine and the plaque inserted into the base, commemorates Australian Peace Makers and Peace Keepers. The marble for the plaque was donated by the People of East Timor to the People of Queensland in 2001. The plaque and memorial are supported by the United Nations Association of Queensland.

This memorial is part of a group of memorials situated at Anzac Square, Brisbane. A map is available.

Location
ANZAC Square, Brisbane, Brisbane Qld 4000

Location of ANZAC Square Peace Keepers Memorial

Inscription
See additional images for plaque detail.
Conflicts commemorated
Peace-Keeping, 1947-Present
Other
Memorial type
Garden/Avenue/Tree
Commemorative services held

The memorial is utilised as part of the Commemorative Services held at ANZAC Square..

Additional information

The tree was planted by His Excellency, The Governor of Queensland, Major General Peter Arnison AO, to celebrate United Nation's Day on 2th October 2001.

Recorded by
QLD War Memorial Register
Date recorded
2 April 2009

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