Cemetery

CemeteryLocated on Sewell Street the Brookton Cemetery has been in use since 1908 and includes most denominations and a non-denominational section.

Services can be held in local churches, halls or on site - however note that there are no toilet or refreshment facilities at the Cemetery. Ask your funeral director to provide drinking water during the funeral.

Please contact Shire staff for additional information on:

  • purchase of graves for burials
  • sinking of graves and re-openings
  • permission to erect headstones, monuments or kerbing
  • internment of ashes
  • plot and niche reservations
  • plaques and vases

Burials

Burials are usually arranged through a funeral director and can be conducted on any day. Hand-filling can also be arranged.

Niche Wall

Niche WallThe Brookton Cemetery does not have a crematorium, however ashes can be interred in the Niche Wall.

Forms are available from the Shire staff.

Monuments

Monuments can be installed one year after burial. A request is to be made in writing and the company constructing the monument usually does this. There is a fee, and monuments are to be approved by the Shire.

Reservations

Families may reserve up to 8 plots at a time – otherwise Council approval is required. All reservations must be paid for at time of reservation.

Forms

Please contact the Shire of Brookton for the necessary forms. 

Fees And Charges

The Shire of Brookton's current Fees and Charges can be viewed here: https://www.brookton.wa.gov.au/documents/696/fees-and-charges-20192020

Database

http://www.ozburials.com/CemsWA/waus.htm - and select the Brookton cemetery database. For a listing of all grave sites (current till 2011) in the Brookton Cemetery please follow the link. 

Many thanks to Lorraine and Blue Larment who produced this comprehensive list free of charge.