MOUNT GRAVATT CEMETERY & CREMATORIUM
The Mount Gravatt Cemetery opened in 1918. It is located within 197 acres of native bushland alongside the Toohey State Forest. The cemetery offers burials in lawn beam and monumental sites. The crematorium opened in 1999.
The Mount Gravatt Cemetery and Crematorium takes pride in serving the needs of Brisbane's ethnic communities, with specialised religious and cultural sections including: Catholic, Chinese, Croatian, Jewish, Muslim, Russian, Serbian and Vietnamese.
BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL - CEMETERIES
Brisbane City Council's cemeteries and crematoria honour those who have made Brisbane the diverse and liveable city that it is today.
Council manages 12 cemeteries and three crematoria catering for burials, cremations and memorials for ashes. The Hemmant, Mount Gravatt and Pinnaroo cemeteries offer a range of burial options. The remaining nine cemeteries are historic sites with limited burial options.
To reflect the diversity of Brisbane residents, Council's cemeteries offer burial settings developed in cooperation with Brisbane's Greek, Serbian and Russian Orthodox Churches, and members of our Italian, Croatian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Orthodox Jewish and Muslim communities.
Council continually upgrades and expands its cemetery and crematorium centres.
If travelling South bound upon Pacific Highway (coming from Brisbane) take (Exit 11), cross over Klump Road, onto Mains Rd. Alternately you can take Kessels Road to get to Mains Rd (Mount Gravatt Cemetery & Crematorium) at MacGregor, Queensland (4109).
582 Mains Rd - Macgregor, Qld (Next to suburb of Mt Gravatt).
Office opening hours: Monday to Friday: 8am to 4pm
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: closed
Visiting hours: Monday to Sunday: 6am to 6pm (gates are unlocked and locked each day)
Contact - Mount Gravatt Cemetery and Crematorium -via- this Brisbane City Council - Ph-No: (07) 3403 8888.