Cemeteries, or burial grounds as they are often called, are a historical record of local communities. The memorials record important events or periods in the history of the Shire. Unlike most other histories, cemeteries document the lives of all: rich or poor, prominent or humble. The memorials also provide valuable information on local individuals and families. Cemeteries enable people to conduct genealogical research and historians to interpret the social and economic development of the area.
Old Uralla Cemetery:
Uralla Shire Council has prepared the booklet Old Uralla Cemetery which provides a brief history of the cemetery and information about those interred there.
The booklet can be purchased from the Visitor Information Centre located at 104 Bridge Street, Uralla.
For furtheer information call (02) 6778 6420 or email email@example.com.
Cemeteries accessible to the general public are:
- Bundarra Cemetery, Dawkins Road - Operational
- Uralla General Cemetery, Kingstown Road - Operational
- Uralla Pioneer Cemetery, John Street – No longer operational
This cemetery is also known as the Old Uralla Cemetery or Uralla Square Cemetery.
Information regarding local cemeteries can be viewed on the Australian Cemeteries Index website, a resource for locating burial sites Australia wide.
Uralla and Bundarra Cemetery Services:
For enquiries regarding Uralla or Bundarra Cemetery services please contact customer service by calling 02 6778 6300 or visit Council's Administration Centre at 32 Salisbury Street, Uralla.
Cemetery Application Forms:
Council's standard Application Forms for purchase of cemetery allotments are located below. Please contact Council by calling 02 6778 6300 if you require further information and application forms relating to other cemetery related matters.