This large historic cemetery on Brisbane's inner southern suburb of Morningside is the final resting place of many of the city's famous early residents. In the 140 or so years since its establishment in 1874, the Balmoral cemetery's 15 acres has gained over 15, 270 internments.
Each memorial is expertly handcrafted by highly skilled stonemasons.
Burials at Balmoral cemetery
Balmoral offers monumental burial sites which allow 2 burials as well as ashes interment.
Reuse or additions to existing family graves is also possible where the grave has space (less than 2) or the last burial was more than 30 years ago. This service is only available for direct descendants or those related to the burial right holder.
Monumental burials feature graves with a headstone or gravestone crafted from granite, marble, sandstone or concrete. An authorised monumental mason, such as MMS Memorials, must carry out all stone masonry work and installations at Balmoral Cemetery.
MMS Memorials services in Balmoral Cemetery
MMS Memorials offer a range of services at this historic cemetery.
- bronze plaques
- cremation urns
- gravestone and headstone restorations
- inscription services and repairs
Contact our caring team for all your memorial requirements on 07 3265 5433 or complete our online quote request form today.
Prices for burials and cremations at Bald Hills Cemetery
Prices for grave plots, burials, interment, plaques, and memorials depend on your requirements. Our friendly team can help with a quote.
The Balmoral Cemetery is open 6 am to 6 pm every day and is managed from the Hemmant cemetery office. The cemetery office can be contacted via council on 07 3403 8888.
More information can be found on the Brisbane City Council website - Balmoral Cemetery
James Stone, Stones Corner namesake and ginger beer entrepreneur, lays in Balmoral Cemetery.