Reservations & Plaques

Reservation for burial plots at all Council Cemeteries can be made with the undertaker or Snowy Valleys Council

Contact our Customer Service Team (during business hours) to make a reservation or to order a plaque:  P: 1300 ASK SVC (1300 275 782)  E: [email protected]

Cemetery Maintenance

Use our online request system to make an application for staff to undertake cemetery maintenance

Request Cemetery Maintenance

Local Cemetery Locations

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Adelong Cemetery is located on Adelong Cemetery Road off Neill Street, Adelong

Burials from circa 1856

  • Cemetery divided into denominational sections
  • Ashes Garden

Batlow Cemetery is located on Batlow Cemetery Road off Batlow Road, Batlow

Dedicated as a burial ground, 22 November 1870

  • Cemetery divided into denominational sections
  • Ashes Garden
  • Niche Wall



Brungle Cemetery is located on McGruers Road, Brungle.

Enquiries: The Brungle/Tumut Aboriginal Land Council on (02) 6947 4518




Khancoban Cemetery is located on Pendergast Street, Khancoban

Burials from 1990

  • Lawn Cemetery
  • Niche Wall





Rosewood Cemetery is located on Coppabella Road, Rosewood

Burials from circa 1890

  • Cemetery is divided into denominational sections
  • Niche Wall






Talbingo cemetery is located at St Paul's Church, Lampe Street, Talbingo.

Memorial Wall and Ashes Wall are located in the grounds of St Paul's Church.







Tumbarumba Cemetery is located at 50 Cemetery Road (off Tooma Road), Tumbarumba

Burials from circa 1874

  • Pioneer Cemetery – divided into denominational sections
  • Lawn Cemetery
  • Ashes Rose Garden and Native Area
  • Niche Wall








Tumut Cemetery is located on Capper Street, Tumut

Burials from 25 July 1902

  • Cemetery divided into denominational sections
  • Ashes Garden
  • Niche Wall
  • Lawn Cemetery
  • Baby Section









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Genealogy (Family History)

Council Offices also holds limited burial information and all information provided is subject to the Personal & Privacy Information Protection Act 1998.  Contact our Customer Service Team for further information.

The NSW Registry of Birth Deaths and Marriages holds over 17 million records of events registered in New South Wales. These records include:

  • Early Church Records (baptismal, marriages and burials) from 1788 to 1855
  • Birth, death and marriage registrations from 1856 to the present day

Family History Certificates can be ordered online from the NSW Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages and are available to anyone if the event occurred:

  • Births 100 years ago or more
  • Deaths 30 years ago or more
  • Marriages 50 years ago or more

The Tumut Family History Group can also assist with genealogy enquiries. The group has transcripts of the Cemeteries in Tumut Shire and other resources located at the Tumut Library.