Melbourne General Cemetery

Melbourne General Cemetery

Melbourne General CemeteryThe Melbourne General Cemetery is a large necropolis located 2 km north of the city of Melbourne in the suburb of Carlton North.

The cemetery was opened on 1 June 1853, and the Old Melbourne Cemetery (on the site of what is now the Queen Victoria Market) was closed the next year.

The Melbourne Cemetery has so much history; it is the resting place if Burke and Wills and home to more than half a million stories.

This cemetery is full of fiery preachers, con men, courageous women, scandals, disasters and joyous occasions. Musicians, actors, scientists and ordinary people who have helped make Melbourne what it is today.

1. Melbourne Cemetery Tour

Tour guides Helen Harris and Jan Davidson have been running tours of Melbourne General Cemetery for over eighteen years, and have a detailed knowledge of many of the fascinating characters of Australian history who are buried there.

See below for web link and contact information.

2. Tombstones of Melbourne Cemetery Tour

This highly recommended tour includes selected tombstones from Melbourne General Cemetery on White Hat Tours' Guided Tour of Melbourne General Cemetery.

See below for web link and contact information.


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❊ Address & Contact ❊


Melbourne General Cemetery⊜ College Crescent Carlton North | Map
College CrescentCarlton North
03 9349 3014
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❊ Web Links ❊


Melbourne General Cemetery 

Melbourne Cemetery Tours - Telephone (03) 9890 9288 or (03) 9872 5492

Tombstones of Melbourne Cemetery Tour - Whit Hat

Cemetery Records

Fawkner Crematorium and Memorial Park

Friends of St Kilda Cemetery Inc.

The Brighton Cemetorians Inc

Friends of Boroondara (Kew) Cemetery Inc.

Old Melbourne Cemetery

Melbourne General Cemetery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


❊ Also See... ❊


Elvis Presley Memorial Garden

Old Melbourne Cemetery








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