Historic cemeteries

Brisbane City Council maintains nine historical cemeteries.

Monumental graves, lawn beam graves and ash memorials may be available in these grounds.

Ashes of family members can be buried within existing graves at any of our cemeteries.

Cemetery Location Burial sites available Ash memorials available Year opened Year closed
Bald Hills
Also known as Sandgate Cemetery
Cnr Pellinore and Barrett Streets, Bracken Ridge Family interment
Lawn beam graves
Monumental graves
Burial of ashes in family graves 1877  -
Balmoral
Also known as Bulimba or Morningside Cemetery
Cnr Wynnum and Bennets Roads, Morningside Family interment
Monumental graves
Burial of ashes in family graves 1874  -
Brookfield Cnr Brookfield and Gold Creek Roads, Brookfield Family interment
Lawn beam graves
Monumental graves
 
Burial of ashes in family graves
Memorial walls
Garden interment
1886  -
Cedar Creek
 
Cemetery Road, Upper Kedron Family interment Burial of ashes in family graves 1898  -
Lutwyche

 

Cnr Gympie and Kitchener Roads, Kedron Family interment
New monumental graves
Burial of ashes in family graves 1878  -
Moggill Moggill Road, Bellbowrie Family interment Burial of ashes in family graves
Native garden memorial
 
1856  -
Nundah
Also known as German Station Cemetery
Hedley Avenue, Northgate Family interment Burial of ashes in family graves
Columbarium walls
1887  -
South Brisbane
Also known as Dutton Park Cemetery
Annerley Road, Dutton Park Family interment
Monumental graves
Burial of ashes in family graves 1870  -
Toowong Cnr Frederick Street and Mt Coot-tha Road, Toowong Family interment Monumental graves Burial of ashes in family graves Columbarium walls
Ashes interred in monumental chambers
1875  -
Paddington (now Suncorp Stadium) 40 Castlemaine Street, Milton  - 1844   1870

More information

Information is available about Council's other cemeteries and crematoria at Hemmant, Mount Gravatt and Pinnaroo.

For more information phone Brisbane City Cemeteries and Crematoria on 07 3407 8128.

15 June 2015