is such a great place to live, many have decided to be buried in Brisbane at one of the Brisbane City Council 12 cemeteries
and three crematoria for people of the Brisbane
The Brisbane City Council facilities include venues for burials and
cremations with many of the cemeteries offering memorials for ashes. The
Council's memorial chapels with function rooms are also available for private
services. For more information, visit the council website.
If you're interested in tracking
down a dead relative or famous person of interest, the Brisbane City Council
has a grave location search which helps you search for people buried or
cremated in one of Brisbane City Council‘s cemeteries and crematoriums.
To use, it's as simple as typing in
the surname and first name or initial, which you add into their search
mechanism. The address of where the person is buried pops up, along with a
satellite map with an arrow pointing to the gravesite. Click
here to go to Council's grave location search.
If you're into history and enjoy
browsing old gravestones, there are eight historical cemeteries under the
Brisbane City Council's care:
Hills CemeteryAlso known as Sandgate
Cemetery, opened 1877. Cnr
Pellinore and Barrett Streets, Bracken Ridge.
CemeteryAlso known as Bulimba or Morningside Cemetery, opened 1875. Cnr Wynnum and
Bennets Roads, Morningside.
Brookfield CemeteryOpened 1882. Cnr Brookfield and Gold Creek Roads, Brookfield
CemeteryOpened 1898. Cemetery
Road, Upper Kedron.
Lutwyche CemeteryOpened 1878. Gympie Road,
Moggill CemeteryOpened 1865. Moggill Road,
CemeteryAlso known as German Station
Cemetery, opened 1862. Hedley Avenue,
Brisbane CemeteryAlso known as Dutton
opened 1870. Annerley Road,
Toowong CemeteryOpened 1875. Cnr Frederick Street
and Mt Coot-tha Road,