New crematorium at Gungahlin cemetery now operational

A new publicly run crematorium is now operational at the Gungahlin cemetery.

The cremator was sourced from Austeng, an engineering firm that specialises in building crematorium equipment in Australia. The cremator is a bariatric model which is able to accommodate oversize, larger and heavier coffins.

It has been constructed in the central precinct of the cemetery to provide better accessibility for families including to the cemetery’s other facilities. Construction of the new facility has delivered not only a cremator and cremation facility, but also viewing rooms which meet the cultural and religious needs of the diverse Canberra community.

Interim prices are currently in use and are based upon industry benchmarking and have been noted by the Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission. A final pricing schedule is expected to be available in the coming months.

For more information, please contact our Customer Service team on (02) 6207 0000 or

Online Grave Search Unavailable 

Please note that our grave search facility is currently unavailable and will return as soon as possible. If you need information, please phone our office on 02 6207 0000, or submit your query by email to and one of our Customer Service team members will be happy to assist with your search. We apologise for the inconvenience. 

Canberra's Public Cemeteries

Canberra's public cemeteries are administered by the Cemeteries and Crematoria Authority, an independent, self-funded statutory authority, which reports to the ACT Government through the Minister for City Services. The cemeteries are planned and managed to meet as many of the communities needs as possible.

Gungahlin Cemetery

Local ducks enjoying the lake at Gungahlin Cemetery

The Gungahlin Cemetery was opened in 1979 and is extensively landscaped. A large lake and many bird species help create a tranquil and peaceful environment.


Hall Cemetery

Picturesque rock wall at Hall Cemetery

Hall Cemetery is a small rural cemetery, mainly for the long time residents of the Hall Region. It is divided into religious denominations .


Woden Cemetery

The ornate front gates of Woden Cemetery

The Woden Cemetery was opened in 1936 and closed in 1979. Re-opened in March 1999, this formally planned cemetery features many stately mature trees and offers lawn and monumental burial sites in different religious and general areas.

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Burial Schedule

This information is updated daily. Please note that private funerals are not displayed.

  Date    Surname First Name Time Funeral Director Cemetery Service Area
  Tuesday 13 April  Proudfoot Richard 11.00 am Grantley Perry & Sons Gungahlin Graveside  Portion 8
  Wednesday 14 April  Allan Susan 11.30 am White Lady Gungahlin   Portion 18
  Wednesday 14 April  Walters Linesse 12.00 pm William Cole Woden
Portion 3
  Wednesday 14 April  Phillips Jason  1.00 pm  William Cole Gungahlin   Portion 18
  Wednesday 14 April  Zarak Vido  2.00 pm Toscan Dinn Woden   Portion 10 
  Thursday 15 April  Jaffray Rodney 11.00 am M H O'Rouke Woden Graveside Portion 4
  Thursday 15 April  Barnett Lionel 11.30 am William Cole Gungahlin Graveside  Portion 23
  Thursday 15 April  Wroe Brian  1.00 pm Grantley Perry & Sons Woden   Portion 11 
  Thursday 15 April  Kourouvakalis John  2.30 pm William Cole  Gungahlin    Portion 24
  Monday 19 April  Jones Gloria  3.00 pm Toscan Dinn Woden    Portion 7