About Truganina Cemetery
Truganina Cemetery and the surrounding area was named after an aboriginal woman named Truganini, born around 1812 and believed to the last full-blooded Tasmania Indigenous Australian.
This small and historic cemetery includes an area reserved for the protection of endangered native plant species endemic to the area.
While once surrounded by a small but social town, the area is now defined by former church buildings, a recreation reserve, a former Air Raid Precautions shelter and Truganina Cemetery itself.
Please see below for general descriptions of what we offer at Truganina cemetery. Please note: these descriptions are for the purposes of explaining the kind of service or product itself, rather than the unique features it might take on at each cemetery. To discuss further, please contact our customer care team on 1300 022 298.