Peak Downs Memorial
This cemetery consists of monumental, lawn and columbarium. Inscriptions recorded date from 1894. There are a number of unmarked graves. Capella is a small town in the Central Highlands Region of Queensland, on the Gregory Highway. At the 2011 census population was 926. Early European settlement in the region dates from the 1850s with the first pioneers mainly grazing sheep. It takes its name from Capella Creek, which was in turn named after the star Capella.
Very well maintained by Council. No signs of neglect or vandalism.
Capella is 924 km from Brisbane on the Gregory Highway. On the Northern side of Capella turn into Walsh Street [sign posted] and travel 1km to end of road. Cemetery is directly in front.
Central Highlands Regional Council, 4 Conran Street, Capella, Mail: PO Box 21, Emerald QLD 4720, Email: email@example.com, Phone: +61 7 4982 8333
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