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.


July 2017

April 2017

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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’.


  • St Kilda Cemetery
    Dandenong Road St Kilda East


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

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