Condolence books now available for passing of Queen

Condolence books to honour the life of Her Majesty, The Queen can be signed at City of Gold Coast Chambers in Bundall from 10am today (9 September) and at all City libraries from tomorrow (10 September) .

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II passed away aged 96 on 8 September 2022.

Condolences will be sent to Buckingham Palace and archived by the Commonwealth and may be displayed at its national institutions, forming part of the lasting record of Australia’s close relationship with The Queen over many decades.

The books are available for signing during opening hours for the next 10 days.

City of Gold Coast Chambers is at 135 Bundall Road, Surfers Paradise.

Locations of libraries and their opening hours, noting that not all libraries are open every day, can be found here.

A Message from Mayor Tom Tate.

“Her Majesty brought so much strength and stability to not only the Royal Family but the entire Commonwealth.

“Our city has fond memories of her visits here, along with her late husband, Prince Philip.

“It was such an honour to open our Jubilee Walkway between Queen Elizabeth II Park in Coolangatta and Philip Park at The Spit, earlier this year.

“This walkway will forever link Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, as did their love and commitment to one another through the years.

“The City have today arranged for our flags to be flown at half mast and for condolence books to be placed at various centres so people can convey their messages to the Royal Family.”

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