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Brisbane City Council's Mount Gravatt Cemetery opened in 1918, with the crematorium opened in 1999. It sits amongst nearly 80 hectares of native bushland, alongside the Toohey State Forest. The cemetery offers burials in lawn beam and monument sites. 

The Mount Gravatt Cemetery and Crematorium takes pride in serving the needs of Brisbane's ethnic communities. The venue includes the following religious and cultural sections:

  • Catholic

  • Chinese

  • Croatian

  • Jewish

  • Muslim

  • Russian

  • Serbian

  • Vietnamese.

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