Apple Brisbane is located inside the MacArthur Chambers building, a heritage-listed structure built to house the Australian Mutual Provident Society (AMP). The Sicilian marble statue above Apple’s door today is a remnant of the AMP Society and is inscribed with its motto: Amicus certus in re incerta (a certain friend in uncertain times). The figures represent the goddess of Peace and Plenty, the male figure of Labor, and a wife and child.
During World War II, MacArthur Chambers was the headquarters of the Allied Forces in the South West Pacific thanks to its central location and concrete roof. Today, the building anchors the MacArthur Central shopping mall.
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