Canberra's public cemeteries
Canberra's public cemeteries are administered by the ACT Public Cemeteries Authority, an independent, self-funded statutory authority, which reports to the ACT Government through the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services.
The cemeteries are planned and managed to meet as many of the communities needs as possible.
The Gungahlin Cemetery was opened in 1979 and is extensively landscaped. A large lake and many bird species help create a tranquil and peaceful environment.
Hall Cemetery is a small rural cemetery, mainly for the long time residents of the Hall Region. It is divided into religious denominations .
The Woden Cemetery was opened in 1936 and closed in 1979. Re-opened in March 1999, this formally planned cemetery features many stately mature trees and offers lawn and monumental burial sites in different religious and general areas.
This information is updated daily. Please note that private funerals are not displayed.
| Date ||Surname ||First Name ||Time ||Funeral Director ||Cemetery ||Location |
|Thursday, 17th April 2014 |
|Tobin Brothers |
|Portion 4 |
|Tuesday, 22nd April 2014 ||Tu ||Yueh Hsiang ||3.00pm ||William Cole ||Woden ||Portion 10 |
|Wednesday, 23rd April 2014 ||Wong ||Joseph Chiu Kwai ||12.30pm ||William Cole ||Gungahlin ||Portion 7 |
|Wednesday, 23rd April 2014 ||McCracken ||Eileen ||12.30pm ||Tobin Brothers ||Woden ||Portion 2 |
|Wednesday, 23rd April 2014 ||Wilson ||Maureen ||3.00pm ||Tobin Brothers ||Woden ||Portion 11 |
|Wednesday, 23rd April 2014 ||Marr ||Zoe ||3.45pm ||William Cole ||Gungahlin ||Portion1 |