THE Kholo Creek Bridge site, which became an unofficial memorial to Allison Baden-Clay after her body was found there, now carries a sandstone column marking the spot.

Some of the plastic flowers left there earlier still remain.

The family's permanent memorial to the late Mrs Baden-Clay will soon bear a plaque paying tribute to her.

The site where Mrs Baden-Clay's body was found days after her alleged murder has become a popular place to pay respects for grieving friends and relatives and members of the public - as well for the curious just wanting to see.

While the government doesn't encourage monuments on state land, they are allowed as long as they aren't distracting or a safety hazard.

Public interest in Allison Baden-Clay and the trial of her accused killer, husband Gerard, has been high since her body was found by a canoeist.

Her husband, who has pleaded not guilty, has been committed to stand trial in the Brisbane Supreme Court at a date to be set.



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