Shire of Mundaring has two active cemeteries for use by the public. Mundaring Cemetery & Wooroloo Cemetery see our locations page for directions.
Both sites are made up of several burial sections either religious or non-religious.
Mundaring Cemetery - No new burials are available unless previously reserved.
Wooroloo Cemetery - Burial plots are available, although they cannot be reserved.
For a burial application, which needs to be completed by a Funeral Director, see the Forms tab alternatively, contact the Shire on the below details.
Weekdays from 8am to 1:30pm.
All bookings to hold a funeral must be made with the Shire at least 24 hours prior.
The Shire can refuse the application if the specifications covered under section 20 or 21 of the Cemeteries Act are not structurally sound or are otherwise inadequate or inappropriate, or on any other grounds.
Either a family or a Monumental Mason can arrange or restore monuments at both Shire sites. To arrange or restore an existing monument a written request is required as well as a monumental application with an attached detailed diagram of what is proposed. Please contact the Shire on the below details.
For additional information regarding what can or can't be placed at grave sites please see link to the Cemeteries Act 1986.pdf
Grant of Right
Grant of Right refers to permission given by a local government for the right to use a specified area of a cemetery for burial. This is to be accompanied by the set fee. Now valid for 25 years, term forms can be found under the Forms tab.
For existing Grants of Right please notify the Shire of Mundaring with any updated information.