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Greta Cemetery occupies a site on the north-eastern side of the town and appears to have been established in the 1870s. Several inscriptions were found dated 1879. Greta Cemetery also has a dedicated area relating to war graves which is maintained by the RSL.
General Cemetery Denominations:
- Roman Catholic
Greta Cemetery - Greta is still in operational use.
Evans Street Greta NSW 2334
Search inscriptions and photographs on Australian Cemeteries Index - Greta
For a listing from Council's burial register please contact Council's Cemetery Administration Team on (02) 4993 4220 during business hours or view the Burial Register;