|Post Office Square|
|Location||Brisbane, Queensland, Australia|
|Operated by||Brisbane City Council|
Post Office Square is a public square in Brisbane, Australia. It is located between Queen Street and Adelaide Street in the Brisbane CBD, and has an area of 3,300m².
Under the square is a shopping arcade and six-level car park. The square is opposite the General Post Office building on the Queen Street side, and ANZAC Square on the Adelaide Street side.
Post Office Square was opened in 1984. In 2008 the Sir William Glasgow Memorial was moved to the square, facing ANZAC Square.
Protesters camped in Post Office Square from 15 October 2011 as part of Occupy Brisbane, before being evicted on 1 November.