Lutwyche Cemetery

Established in 1878, Lutwyche Cemetery is on the northside of Brisbane, approximately 10 kilometres from the CBD. Covering 15 acres, this historic cemetery has laid to rest many residents of Brisbane as well as Returned Service Personnel.

For funeral and memorial services at Council cemeteries and crematoria, view the funeral and memorial service calendar.

Lutwyche Cemetery location, office opening hours and visiting hours.
Location418 Gympie Road, Kedron, 4031
Postal addressC/- Toowong Cemetery
Office opening hoursNo office on-site - managed by Toowong Cemetery
Visiting hoursMonday to Sunday: 6am to 6pm (gates are unlocked and locked each day)

Contact Lutwyche Cemetery by:

  • phoning Council on 07 3403 8888
  • email (Toowong Cemetery)

Burial options

No new gravesites are available at Lutwyche Cemetery. 

Burials in existing family graves may be available. This is only available if the grave still has space or the last burial was more than 30 years ago. Family grave re-use is only available to direct descendants of the people already buried in the grave or those related to the burial right holder.

You can download family grave re-use application forms.

Toowong Cemetery manages Lutwyche Cemetery. To view available burial options at Lutwyche Cemetery, request an appointment by email. As there is no office at Lutwyche Cemetery, an officer from Toowong will meet you on-site.

Locating graves

The practice of marking numbers on gravestones was introduced in the late 1900s. As most of the graves at Lutwyche Cemetery are quite old, the majority of headstones do not have marked numbers. This can make finding graves at Lutwyche Cemetery difficult.

Council recommends you contact the Toowong Cemetery office by email to request a map. State the name of the deceased and the grave location.

Download a map

The cemetery area map may help locate a site. The map shows the portions, roads and buildings in the cemetery grounds. Within each portion, there could be hundreds and thousands of graves.

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