Redland City Council Cemeteries

Redland City Council Cemeteries - Brisbane 

Redland City Council Cemeteries

The Redlands area has a number of cemeteries such as Cleveland Cemetery and Redland Bay Cemetery. The Redlands City Council is responsible for the opening and closing of grave sites and general maintenance of cemetery grounds. You can find out more about these cemeteries on the Redland City Council Website. We have also listed the addresses of these cemeteries for quick reference. 

Alternatively, you could use a privately owned cemetery at Great Southern Memorial Park at Carbrook.

Cleveland Cemetery

Cleveland Cemetery is closed but is still able to accept burials for those who have a plot or previous interment with space available.

Russell Street Cleveland QLD. (Entrance opposite the swimming pool)
Allows for burials in a standard plot and is laid out in the traditional Protestant and Catholic sections.

Redland Bay Cemetery

Redland Bay Cemetery is the general cemetery that is used and it has both a lawn section and monumental grave sites.

19-27 Gordon Road,
Redland Bay QLD 
Allows for monumental burials or lawn cemetery burials without the traditional Protestant and Catholic sections.

Dunwich Cemetery

Dunwich Cemetery is North Strabroke Island.
Corner Yabby Street and East Coast Road,
North Stradbroke Island QLD.

Allows for burials in a standard plot with or without monumental memorialisation and is not divided into the traditional Protestant and Catholic sections.

For more information on Redland City Council Cemeteries,
call us on 07 3392 9919 day or night, seven days a week.

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