Southport General Cemetery

Grave with colourful flowers

Historically, some of the earliest recorded graves pre-date 1880, suggesting this area had been an unofficial burial ground for early European settlers. The cemetery is located on Queen Street, which was the original route to the earliest wharf, located on the Broadwater at Southport.


  • Monumental sites – general, Jewish, Islamic, Orthodox and vault sections


  • Ashes memorial rose garden – single, double and family sites

Earliest recorded burial

A male pensioner known as Joab who was killed by lightning was buried in 1878.

Our Cemeteries Administration team can help with enquiries about burial records – see the 'Contact' section for details.


Southport General Cemetery, 237 Queen Street, Southport 4215  
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