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Gold Coast cemeteries

City of Gold Coast owns and operates eight cemeteries across the city, offering pleasant and cost-effective burial and ashes sites.

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Pimpama Cemetery

Pimpama Cemetery

The Pimpama Cemetery is located on 4.9 hectares. The land was set aside in 1872 and is now controlled by the City of Gold Coast as trustee.

This cemetery is well known for its war memorial monument.

Sites are available for purchase.

Opening hours

The cemetery is open from 6.30am to 6.30pm.

Burials

Monumental sections only.

Cemetery layout

View the Pimpama Cemetery layout.

Note: the map depicts the sectional layout of the cemetery only. For information relating to vacant sites within the cemetery, please contact our Cemeteries team for current availability - see the 'Contact us' subheading below for details.

Ashes memorials

Burial records

Our Cemeteries team can help with enquiries about burial records - see the 'Contact us' subheading below for details.

Earliest recorded burial

Francis Lahey was buried in 1878.

Approximate burials since first record (as at 2009)

  • 401 burials
  • 105 ashes interments.

Getting here

Location: 100 Creek Street, Pimpama

Car: Take exit 45 off the Pacific Motorway (M1).

Public transport: Use Translink's journey planner to plan your trip using public transport.

Contact us

Cemeteries Administration can be contacted as follows:

Office hours: 8am to 4.40pm - Monday to Friday (except public holidays)
Phone: 07 5581 6640
Fax: 07 5581 6005
Email: mail@goldcoast.qld.gov.au

Address:
City of Gold Coast - Cemeteries Administration
PO Box 5042
GOLD COAST MC 9726

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