Crematorium and Cemeteries

Wagga Wagga City Council maintains 6 Cemeteries (4 Rural, 1 Monumental & 1 Lawn) and one Crematorium. The Monumental Cemetery is located on Kooringal Road Wagga and accounts for approximately 20 burials each year, the Lawn Cemetery is located with the Crematorium on Brunskill Road Lake Albert, and accounts for approximately 200 burials each year, the Crematorium processes approximately 250 cremations each year and the Rural Cemeteries are located at Humula, Tarcutta, Uranquinty & Currawarna and account for approximately 10 burials each year.

Click here for contact details of all our Cemeteries.

Burial and Memorial Options

Why Memorialise?

A memorial provides an enduring memory of someone who is no longer with us. It serves as a focal point for families and friends to reflect on the life of their loved one. It ensures future generations have a place to visit and remember those that have been before them. A memorial creates a connection with history, an important sense of belonging and identity.

For more information about memorial options at the Wagga Lawn Cemetery, use the following links:

Cemetery Mapping Portal

The Wagga Wagga Cemetery Mapping Portal is a way for people to easily locate their deceased relatives within the cemetery controlled by the Wagga Wagga Council. The Portal provides search capabilities, an overall map with pointer, as well as the abilities to zoom and pan around the map.

In addition to the Portal, there is a print-out available which can help relatives throughout the journey to (and around) the cemetery, making a visit to the cemetery less confusing. The print-out provides an overall map view with surrounding streets, a sectional view of the cemetery with inner-cemetery roads shown to allow the user the ability to find parking close to the grave, and finally a grave-area view which allows the user to see the surnames of surrounding grave-sites.

Need More Information?

For frequently asked questions, graveside memorial guidelines and the history of our cemeteries, follow this link: