Post Office Square, Brisbane
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Post Office Square was opened on 5 April 1984.
The Post Office Square park area is on the Queen Street level, while the Post Office Square shops are on the Adelaide Street level.
There are stairwells leading from the park to the shopping centre from Post Office Square park area, including a stairwell from around the centrally-located round-shaped Post Office Square water feature.
In 2008, the heritage-listed statue of Major-General Sir William Glasgow by leading Brisbane sculptor Daphne Mayo was relocated to Post Office Square, with the statue of the Major-General facing ANZAC Square.
The Post Office Square parkland is a very popular picnic and lunch area for tourists and city workers who work in the area.
On 15 October 2011 Occupy Brisbane commenced in post office square as part of the global 'Occupy' movement which started with Occupy Wall Street on 17 September 2011.
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