ANZAC Centenary Park and Digger Statue

Location of ANZAC Centenary Park and Digger Statue

Corner of Shore Street West and Sommersea Drive, Cleveland - 25km east of Brisbane’s CBD. Opposite (north of) the Redlands RSL Club
Cleveland QLD 4163

ANZAC Centenary Park includes a wide concrete path, leading to a concrete oval containing a marble digger statue. The statue is set on a stone plinth, which includes a bronze plaque that includes statistics on Australia’s, and Redlands’, casualties during the First World War. The statue, which faces northwest, is that of a First World War digger in the ‘reverse arms’ position, which signifies a soldier’s deep respect for the fallen in Australia’s battles and wars. Behind the statue is a memorial wall, with raised lettering indicating battles in which Australian forces have participated. There are also three flagpoles between the wall and the statue.


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Conflicts commemorated
  • First World War, 1914–1918
  • Peacekeeping, 1947–present
  • Second World War, 1939–1945
  • Malayan Emergency, 1948–1960
  • Japan (BCOF), 1945–1954
  • Korean War, 1950–1953
  • Indonesian Confrontation, 1962–1966
  • Vietnam War, 1962–1972
  • Gulf War, 1990–1991
  • Somalia, 1992–1994
Memorial type
Commemorative services held

ANZAC Day services

Additional information

The Anzac Centenary Memorial was constructed in 2015 and is dedicated to all of the Navy, Army and Air Force men and women who paid the ultimate price for their country over the past 100 years. Construction commenced on Monday 16th February 2015, and the official unveiling was held on Friday 17th April 2015, in time for the Anzac Day Centenary Commemorations.

Recorded by
Redlands RSL Sub-Branch
Date recorded
10 July 2019

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