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Greta Cemetery

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:

  • Anglican
  • Methodist
  • Presbyterian
  • Roman Catholic
  • Wesleyan

Interment Options

  • Columbarium  

Status

Operational 

Address

Evans Street Greta NSW  2334  

Resources

Greta Cemetery Layout Map

Greta Cemetery Maps

Search inscriptions and photographs on Australian Cemeteries Index - Greta  

Further Information

For further information contact Council’s Cemetery Officer on (02) 4993 4220 or cemetery@cessnock.nsw.gov.au