Interment rights - consumer information
The NSW Government has produced a General Consumer Guide and Quick Guides on interment rights, transfers and bequests of interment rights, natural burials, complaints and Aboriginal interment.
The following guides are available in English, but other languages can be found on the NSW Government website.
- Interment rights in NSW
- Perpetual interment rights
- Renewable interment rights
- Transfer or bequest of an interment right
- Natural burial
- Complaint resolution
- Respecting practices and beliefs of Indigenous Australians
Cemeteries in the Murrumbidgee Council area
Council manages three cemeteries within the Murrumbidgee Council area.
Coleambally Lawn Cemetery is located in Pine Drive, Coleambally and is available for burial and interment of ashes.
Darlington Point Lawn Cemetery is located in Carrington Street, Darlington Point and is available for burials. The old section of the Darlington Point Cemetery is an historical cemetery with restricted usage.
The Jerilderie Cemetery, located on Conargo Road, is divided into two sections.
The General Cemetery is the original part of the cemetery and is home to the Presbyterian, Anglican and Catholic denominations. Reservations for allotments can be made through Council.
The Jerilderie Lawn Cemetery is a newer area of the cemetery and includes a columbarium. Reservations are not available in the lawn cemetery.
A rose garden is now also available for the interment of ashes.
For a summary of people buried in the Jerilderie Cemetery click here.
Alternatively, for a more detailed search try the Australian Cemeteries Index where you can view a photo of the headstone and get more information on the individual.