The ANZAC Day Accolades

Senator Moore on Garland

SENATE ADJOURNMENT DEBATE: Senator for Queensland, Senator Claire Moore. 21:14h, Tuesday, 19 April 2016 Senator MOORE (Queensland) (21:14): This Friday, at Kangaroo Point Cliffs Park in Brisbane, there will be a ceremony to honour the work of Canon David John Garland, an energetic Dublin-born Orangeman who became known as “the architect Read more…

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CGMS Media Releases

Canon Garland Place unveiled

ATTENTION NEWSROOMS: Council continues to honour ANZAC heroes Lord Mayor Graham Quirk will today unveil two major commemorative projects that honour Australia’s fallen war heroes ahead of Remembrance Day. A new lawn at Toowong Cemetery will be opened and officially named after the ‘architect of ANZAC Day’, Canon David Garland. Read more…

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CGMS Media Releases

Canon Garland Place unveiled

ABOVE: The Lord Mayor of Brisbane, Councillor Graham Quirk, flanked by Toowong Ward representative, Councillor Peter Matic, and Wishart Ward representative, Councillor Krista Adams, address the media (news crews from Seven News, National Nine News, Network Ten News and ABC-TV News were in attendance) in front of the Canon Garland Read more…

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The ANZAC Day Accolades

ANZAC Day significance

ABOVE: The newly-completed Stone of Remembrance and Cross of Sacrifice at Brisbane’s Toowong Cemetery in 1924. The graves of some 300 former First AIF personnel are located near this corner of the cemetery, which is in the Federal electorate of Ryan, itself named after former Queensland Premier and Queensland Anzac Day Commemoration Read more…

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