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Greensborough Cemetery is a small cemetery about the size of one regular house block. There are no pathways and the block falls away steeply on one side.
Established in 1863, Greensborough Cemetery was managed by trustees until the Shire of Diamond Valley took over management in 1979. Burials in the Greensborough Cemetery were discontinued in 1978. In 2003, the cemetery was reopened to allow burials and interment of cremated remains in graves that had been purchased prior to the closure being made.
Jessop Street (near Greensborough Plaza).
Open every day.
If you are trying to find the final resting place of a family member or person of interest, refer to Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages. We can also help by searching our cemetery records.
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For enquiries, contact Trust staff on 9490 4222.