Cemeteries and Family History in Goulburn

Embark on a journey to uncover the roots of your family tree or learn about the lives of the great Australians who helped shaped history.

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You are invited to discover Goulburn’s historic cemeteries on this self-guided tour. Many historic cemeteries are dotted throughout Goulburn and the surrounding villages and hamlets, including a Jewish cemetery. Goulburn is the location that many people arrive when researching their family history. The Local Studies Room at the Goulburn Mulwaree Library and the Archives held at St Clair Folk Museum are also useful resources for researchers.

In addition, Captain William Hovell’s grave is located in St Saviour’s cemetery and The Durack family graves (from Kings in Grass Castles) can be found in the Mortis Street Cemetery.

This guide includes:

Goulburn General Cemetery
Mortis Street Pioneer Cemetery
St Saviour’s Anglican Cemetery
Kenmore/St Patrick’s Roman Catholic Cemetery
Jewish Cemetery
Towrang Burial Ground

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Physical address

Goulburn Visitor Information Centre (opposite Belmore Park) 201 Sloane Street, Goulburn

Opening times

Brochure available from the Goulburn Visitor Information Centre, open 9am-5pm weekdays, 10am-4pm weekends and public holidays (closed Christmas Day)

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