Traralgon Cemetery

Traralgon Cemetery offers monumental graves, vaults, a monumental lawn and lawn graves (including a separate infant lawn area). The Trust has recently established a family mausolea.

Memorialisation of ashes is also available amongst the shrub and roses gardens

The old section of the cemetery can be accessed from the top end of the carpark. The new lawn sections, vaults and monumental lawn areas are best accessed by turning left just inside the main gate.

Attractive ornamental plantings along Island Drive in the older part of the cemetery include fine specimens of Lilly Pilly, Chinese Hawthorn, Chinese Windmill Palm, Irish Strawberry and Paul’s Scarlet. Towards the western side of the cemetery, between lawn’s 7 & 8, there are large specimens of English Oak while north of the crematorium gardens are some mature Scot’s Pines. These plantings have been supplemented by extensive plantings of native trees, including Eucalyptus, Callistemon and Melaleuca species.

For ease of access, several small car parks are located throughout the park.