The Cloncurry Shire is home to a myriad of cemeteries, from those within the Cloncurry borders and surrounds to those abandoned mining townships within the Shire. Historical records show that some of the earliest graves located in the Cloncurry Shire are from 1867 when Cloncurry's founding father; Ernest Henry discovered copper.
Cloncurry Lawn Cemetery
The Lawn cemetery is located next to the Cloncurry Cemetery on the corner of Sir Hudson Fysh Drive, Alice Street and Henry Street. Graves in the lawn cemetery are dated from 1968 until the present day. All graves in the lawn cemetery face East-West and run parallel in two portions. All plaques are placed on a cement headstone which are now inclined and can be purchased from Council to manage the elements corrosive nature to the plaques. The fees and charges are listed below.
Council wishes to advise that inclined headstones with flower positioning will be used when purchasing new plaques for the cemetery.
- Application for a Grave (PDF)
- Application for a Plaque (PDF)
- Application for an Incline Footstone (PDF)
- Application for Reservation of a Plot (PDF)
- Application for a Grave Search (PDF)
|Grave Location Search||$28.00|
|Interment of Ashes including application fee||$330.00|
|Reservation of a Grave||$204.00|
|Plaque application fee||$187.00|
|Burial - Monday to Friday||$1510.00|