Friends of St Kilda Cemetery

The Friends of St Kilda Cemetery are a not-for-profit community group working actively with Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust, the administrators of St Kilda Cemetery.

Newsletters

October 2017

July 2017

April 2017

January 2017

October 2016

July 2016

April 2016 (PDF: 780K)

January 2016  (PDF: 475K)

October 2015 (PDF: 266K)

February 2010  (PDF: 505K)

November 2009 (PDF: 233K)

August 2009 (PDF: 202K)

February 2009 (PDF: 324K)

November 2008 (PDF: 345K)

August 2008 (PDF: 289K)

May 2008 (PDF: 444K)

February 2008 (PDF: 289K)

November 2007 (PDF: 386K)

August 2007 (PDF: 335K)

May 2007 (PDF: 826K)

February 2007 (PDF: 260K)

November 2006 (PDF: 259K)

August 2006 (PDF: 322K)

May 2006 (PDF: 303K)

February 2006 (PDF: 493K)

November 2005 (PDF: 453K)

February 2005 (PDF: 565K)

November 2004 (PDF: 386K)

April 2002 (PDF: 138K)

The Friends also invites contributions for the newsletter.
If you have a story to tell about St Kilda Cemetery, or if you are researching a person interred in the cemetery, you might like to share your information with our readers.

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Did you know - the remains of three victims from the fever ship “Glen Huntly” were removed from Point Ormond and reburied in St Kilda Cemetery in 1898.

Did you know - that Major General Sir John Hoad, the Australian Army’s second Chief of the General Staff, started his working career as a teacher. His last teaching position was at Brighton Road State School no.1479, St Kilda.

Did you know - that on 27 August 1890 in the St Kilda Cemetery a memorial was unveiled to honour the early pioneers who had come out in the ship ‘Glen Huntly’.

Location

  • St Kilda Cemetery
    Dandenong Road St Kilda East

Contact

Opening Hours

Daylight Savings 8.00am - 8.00pm
Normal Hours 8.00am - 6.00pm

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