Blue Mountains City Council

BLUE MOUNTAINS CITY CEMETERIES

Cemetery Register

Blue Mountains City Council (BMCC) has incorporated Interactive Mapping into the Cemetery Register as a tool for residents to use to look up Cemetery records, graves and associated information. This tool is an updated and modern replacement for the existing cemetery register and allows for a more user friendly experience.

 


FAQ's


There is a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) download with user instructions for some of the most commonly used functions.

Contact Council


Blue Mountains City Council is committed to improving the accuracy / completeness of our register. If you have any details or additional information about a person within our cemeteries please email the address below. Likewise, if you experience problems when using the Cemetery Register, please forward an email with a description of the problem and Subject as: BMCC Cemetery Register, to council@bmcc.nsw.gov.au.

 

General Information

 

Blue Mountains City Council offers a range of services across nine cemeteries as outlined below.

 

CEMETERY

ADDRESS

BURIAL

AVAILABLE

COLUMBARIAM

AVAILABLE

ASHES GARDEN

AVAILABLE

BUSH ASHES

PLACEMENT

AVAILABLE

EARLIEST KNOWN

BURIAL

Mt Irvine 7-9 Danes Way, Mt Irvine Yes No No Yes 1935
Mt Victoria 10 Victoria Falls Rd, Mt Victoria Yes No No No 1881
Blackheath 322-331 Great Western Hwy, Blackheath Yes No No Yes 1884
Megalong Six Foot Track, Megalong Valley No No No No Unknown
Katoomba 2-16 Woodlands Rd, Katoomba Yes Yes Yes No Unknown
Wentworth Falls

278-312 Great Western Hwy, WWF

Yes No No No 1899
Lawson 80-90 Wilson St, Lawson Yes No No No 1889
Faulconbridge 25A Sir Henry’s Pde, Faulconbridge With existing reservations only Yes With existing reservations only No 1880
Springwood 40 Davesta Rd, Springwood Yes Yes Yes Yes 1886

 

Other cemeteries in the Blue Mountains not under control of Blue Mountains City Council include Leura Crematorium and the cemetery at St Georges Anglican Church in Mount Wilson.

The cemeteries are open to the public. They do not have caretakers on site but arrangements can be made for the cemetery staff to meet people on site if required. For many, but not all, burials Council can advise the location within the cemetery of where a grave site is.

For more history on the cemeteries, please refer to the Conservation Management Plans which can be found here.

 

Cemeteries: Related Pages

> Ashes Placement
> Burial Licence
> Bushland Ash Placement
> Cemeteries Management and Use
> Cemetery Maps
> Cemetery Register
> Cemetery Conservation Management Plans
> Fees and Bookings
> Green Burials
> Historical Background
> Monumental Work