Gisborne Cemetery


110 Aitken Street, Gisborne, Victoria, 3437 Australia

Office hours

There is no office at this cemetery.

To book an appointment or meet a client services team member on site, please contact our main office on

Visiting hours

Open daily: 8:00am – 7:00pm

Daylight savings: 8:00am – 8:00pm

Vehicle access available

Overview of Cemetery

Gisborne Cemetery is a stunning setting that reflects the beauty of the Macedon Ranges.

This location features the Ironbark Memorial Walk; a remnant Ironbark Forest of stunning oak, cedar and pine trees. A self-guided walk through the cemetery provides the opportunity to visit graves of the district’s pioneers.

With a range of memorial options available, this location thoughtfully blends the old and new.

What we offer at this location

Burial options

Lawn Plaque Grave
Monumental Grave
Natural Grave

Cremation memorials

Personalised Garden Memorial
Memorial Bench Seat
Rose Memorial

Native Garden Memorial
Niche Wall

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Our history

Gisborne Cemetery was originally marked out in sections based on religious denomination. Its major feature of the site being remnant Iron Bark forest, and old European plantings of Oaks, Cedars, Pines and other unique trees.

Thanks to the early Gisborne Pioneers, the cemetery, encircled by trees and foliage, remains a pleasant place to visit, as if wrapped in its own little cocoon.
Records of the Public lands’ office dated 1858 outline the approval of the trustees of the Gisborne Cemetery on 30 September 1858, however the Parish map indicates the cemetery was gazetted in 1879.

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