Mount Gravatt Cemetery and Crematorium


The Mount Gravatt Cemetery opened in 1918. It is located within native bushland alongside the Toohey State Forest. The cemetery offers burials in lawn, lawn beam and monumental sites.

Anzac Memorial Gardens are located within the grounds to honour Australian and New Zealand defence personnel and all returned service personnel.

The Mount Gravatt Cemetery and Crematorium takes pride in serving the needs of Brisbane's ethnic communities with the cemetery divided into religious and cultural sections. Some of these sections include:

  • Catholic
  • Chinese
  • Croatian
  • Jewish
  • Muslim
  • Russian
  • Serbian
  • Vietnamese


The Mount Gravatt Crematorium opened in 1999 and offers a chapel, which can be used for either cremation or burial services. It includes a reception area where refreshments can be provided after the funeral service.

The centre also features a selection of ash memorials, including:

  • ash scattering garden
  • ashes interment in family graves
  • memorial walk
  • memorial walls
  • native garden memorials
  • returned services personnel gardens and walls
  • rose garden memorials
  • sandstone rock memorials

You can learn more about the Mt Gravatt Cemetery and Crematorium's memorial chapel and function room.

Location and office opening hours

Location: 582 Mains Road, Macgregor
Office opening hours: Monday to Friday: 8am to 4pm
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: closed
Visiting hours: Sunrise to sunset (there is no street lighting after dusk)
Contact: Mt Gravatt Cemetery & Crematorium on 3407 2397