If you have any questions concerning the interment of ashes you can contact the trust secretary on 0459 721 285 or email email@example.com
You can download and fill out the interment form below, this is a requirement for all ashes interments.
These have a concrete edge around the outside that can have a plaque fixed to it .
The ashes are then placed in the lawn in front of the edging.
This means that any maintenance work carried out on the gardens will not disturb the ashes.
The gardens are made up of large boulders and various types of plants.
More than one lot of ashes can be placed in the one lot.
Like the boulder gardens the ashes are in the lawn in front of the garden.
Ashes are placed in a smaller container and placed in the above ground wall with a bronze plaque covering the opening.
This can be an existing grave in either the Lawn Cemetery or the General Cemetery.
Sometimes this is used were one partner wishes to be buried and the other wants to be cremated.
This area was further landscaped as an ashes interment area under a Federal Government Work for the Dole Scheme.
To memorialize a loved one whose remains have been interred elsewhere but they have a link to the Hamilton area.
These plaques are recorded in the Cemetery records and can be viewed online at hamiltoncemetery.com.au/deceased-search.