In commemoration of the brave

We honour them

At the main entrance to the Belmont Shooting Complex lies the Armistice Centenary War Memorial (ACWM) – a place to remember the brave. 

Marking the 100th anniversary of the Armistice that ended the Great War of 1914-18, the memorial was officially opened on 11th November 2018 and consecrated by former Army chaplain Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Graeme Ramsden OAM.

Community commemorative services are conducted every ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day, however, you are most welcome to pay your respects or take the time to reflect, any day of the year.


Originally intended to honour the more than 500 Riflemen of the QRA who lost their lives during World War I, the memorial also pays tribute to the men and women of all shooting disciplines who have served in defence of the nation in all of Australia’s wars and campaigns since the Boer War, including peace-keeping operations post 1946.

Belmont Shooting Complex

1485 Old Cleveland Road,

Belmont QLD 4153

PO Box 38, Carina QLD 4152

Ph: 07 3398 4309

Enter the complex via the front gate on Old Cleveland Road.