The Hemmant Cemetery and Crematorium is set amongst eucalypt trees and wattles near Brisbane's bayside, next to the Fleming Road Reserve. It is rich in the social history of Brisbane and many of our pioneers rest there.
|Location:||500 Hemmant and Tingalpa Road, Hemmant, 4174|
|Office opening hours:||Monday to Friday: 8am to 4pm
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: closed
|Visiting hours:||Monday to Sunday: 6am to 6pm|
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Hemmant Cemetery offers lawn beam burials featuring bronze, glass or steel plaques set on a concrete or granite base.
When considering burial options at Hemmant Cemetery, please note:
To view available burial options at Hemmant Cemetery, an appointment is necessary to ensure there is an officer available to assist. To request an appointment, contact the office by email.
Where the funeral service is held at a private church or facility, the funeral director will personally deliver the coffin directly to the crematorium. Most cremations take place right after the service when available, and the ashes are ready for collection or placement in a memorial site within two to three days.
Hemmant Cemetery and Crematorium has a memorial chapel, suitable for all types of funeral services.
The Hemmant Cemetery and Crematorium offers post-funeral catering and reception services.
Various garden settings and memorial wall options are available at Hemmant Cemetery and Crematorium including:
Alternatively, ashes can be interred into grave sites.
To view available memorial options at Hemmant Cemetery, an appointment is necessary to ensure there is an officer available to assist. To request an appointment, contact the office by email.
The grounds contain an area dedicated to infants and babies. This area features a small outdoor shelter which can be used as a chapel or for funeral services.
Lawn graves and ashes memorial sites are relatively easy to locate as the allotment number is marked on the bottom right hand side of most plaques and the numbers run in sequential order.
The practice of marking numbers on monuments was not introduced until the late 1900's. As the monumental area is quite old, not all of the monuments are numbered, however the monumental area is quite small so the rows could be easily walked.
Not all graves have plaques or headstones, so this should be kept in mind when locating a specific grave by number.
For further assistance locating graves and memorial sites, please visit during office hours.
The cemetery area map may help locate a site. The map shows the portions, roads and buildings in the cemetery grounds. There could be hundreds and thousands of graves in each portion.
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