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Cessnock Cemetery

The Cessnock Cemetery is located Wine Country Drive Cessnock.  The original monumental cemetery at Cessnock is divided into denominational portions and contains monuments dating from 1800.


  • Anglican
  • Apostolic
  • Baptist
  • Christadelphian
  • Congregational
  • Four Square Gospel
  • General
  • Jewish
  • Methodist
  • Roman Catholic
  • Salvation Army
  • Seventh Day Adventist
  • Wesleyan  


Cessnock Cemetery – Cessnock is closed except for existing reservations and re-opening of existing burial plots.  


Wine Country Drive, Cessnock  


Further Information

For further information contact Council’s Cemetery Officer on (02) 4993 4220 or