- Three Lawn sections - Lawn Circle, Lawn A and Lawn B;
- Three Monumental sections – Presbyterian/Uniting, Catholic and Anglican;
- Columbarium Remembrance Wall which comprises single cremation niches; and the
- Memorial Rose garden, which comprises double cremation niches.
Unallocated reservations are available in the Lawn section of the Cemetery, whilst allocated reservations are available in the Monumental sections and cremated remains niche areas.
We can assist you to:
- Reserve a grave plot or cremation niche
- Inter your loved ones’ ashes
- Locate a local monumental mason
- Locate graves of family members and ancestors by searching the Cemetery records (a $30 fee is payable for this service)
The Cemetery is managed by a voluntary Trust, comprised of men and women from the local community (including a Chairman) and a Secretary/Manager. It is not affiliated with the local Council and comes under the auspices of the Victorian Department of Health.
The Trust’s income is derived from interments (burials and cremated remains), plot/niche reservations and Memorial Permit fees. Fees are increased on 1 July each year by the Department of Health.
Visiting the Cemetery
The Cemetery has a “carry in-carry out” policy and encourages visitors to take any rubbish home with them, however organic waste bins are provided on-site.
Fresh and artificial flower arrangements are welcome, however please do not leave alcohol, food items, glass, breakables or metal objects on graves or within the Cemetery to ensure the safety of all visitors. Planting is not permitted within the Cemetery. No memorial, headstone or plaque shall be erected or altered without the approval of the Trust. Non-approved items may be removed at the Right of Interment Holder's expense. The care and maintenance of a memorial is the responsibility of the Right of Interment Holder.
Pets must not be brought into the Cemetery unless they are suitably restrained, and any droppings removed