ANZAC Memorial Grove

Location of ANZAC Memorial Grove

Corner of Chelsea Street and Anzac Avenue (Henry Piper Park)
Kippa-Ring QLD 4021

Sandstone Cairn in Henry Piper Park with large plaque on top and an Island of memorial trees.


Anzac memorial grove

This memorial grove has been established from
seeds collected from the Slash Pines (Pinus Elllotti)
planted along Anzac Avenue to commemorate those
fallen service Men and Women from World War One.

These trees will remain as a long term reminder to
present and future generations of the sacrifice
made by many people.

The Queensland Government in conjunction with the
Redcliffe RSL and Redcliffe City Council opened the
memorial grove in November 2006 as part of the
Rothwell to Kippa-Ring bus priority project.

Conflicts commemorated
First World War, 1914–1918
Memorial type
Recorded by
Redcliffe Museum
Date recorded
30 March 2009