The Aberfeldy Cemetery Trust
The Aberfeldy Cemetery is managed by a Trust of eight local community members who are committed to the ongoing viability and sustainability of the Cemetery as a place of peace and interment. The office bearers and trust members’ names and contact details are available on the contact page.
Aberfeldy Cemetery is located on Cemetery Road, Aberfeldy.
What it means to be buried in the Aberfeldy Cemetery
This is our community Cemetery
Lives are commemorated – deaths are recorded – families are reunited – memories are made tangible – and love is undisguised – This is our Cemetery.
Communities accord respect – families bestow reverence, historians seek information and our heritage is thereby enriched.
Testimonies of devotion, pride and remembrance are recorded and preserved to pay warm tribute of accomplishment and to the life – not the death – of a loved one. Our Cemetery is homeland for memories that are a sustained source of comfort to the living.
The Cemetery is a history of people – a perpetual record of yesterday and a sanctuary of peace and quiet today.
Our Cemetery exists because every life is worth living and remembering – always.
An ANZAC DAY Ceremony to be held at the Aberfeldy Cemetery on Tuesday 25th April, 2017 at 12 noon.
This will be conducted by Cr. Michael Leaney, the Shire Councillor representing this area.
People will have the opportunity to lay wreaths if they wish.
An unveiling of an interpretive sign will also be a part of this ceremony, which tells the story of this War Memorial and what it means to us.
Refreshments will be available afterwards.