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Ipswich General Cemetery

Ipswich General Cemetery

Cemeteries & Crematoriums - Ipswich, QLD 4305

Warwick Rd, Ipswich, QLD 4305

  • awards Cemetery in Ipswich as Final Resting Place of WWI and WWI Soldiers
  • awards Featured in the Book In Heavenly Garb: The Headstones of the Ipswich General Cemetery
  • awards The Oldest Cemetery in Ipswich Since 1868
  • awards Ipswich Cemetery Owned by the City Counci
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  • What are your business hours?

    The office of our Ipswich cemetery is open from 8 am to 4 pm, Mondays to Fridays except on public holidays. If you need to reach us quickly, you may call on 07 3812 3386.

  • Why is your Ipswich cemetery considered historical?

    The very first recorded burial in our Ipswich cemetery was in July 1868. Our Ipswich cemetery is considered the oldest in the area. It has witnessed floods, wars, and other disasters. It is a final resting place of our fallen WWI and WWII soldiers.

  • Do you consider your cemetery in Ipswich to be interesting?

    We do! Aside from its rich history, our cemetery in Ipswich is the subject of a book called 'In Heavenly Garb: The Headstones of Ipswich General Cemetery.' The book was published in 2012 and discusses the symbolisms behind the headstones in our cemetery.

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