ANZAC Square Womens Freize

Location of ANZAC Square Womens Freize

ANZAC Square
Brisbane QLD 4000

This memorial which is sculptured on the western wall of Anzac Square takes the form of a sculptured panel of infantry and horse drawn guns. The sculptor was Daphne Mayo of Brisbane and it was erected by the Women of Queensland in 1932 'in memory of all who lost their lives through the Great War 1914-18'. In front of the memorial there is a sandstone drinking fountain supported by four bronze fish. The memorial was unveiled by Lady Goodwin on 24 March 1932.

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

Inscription

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Conflicts commemorated
  • First World War, 1914–1918
  • Unit memorials
Memorial type
Artwork/window
Commemorative services held

The memorial is utilised in commemorative activities in ANZAC Square.

Recorded by
Shirley and Trevor McIvor/QLD War Memorial Register
Date recorded
2 April 2009

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