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The Mudgee Memorial Wall contains the headstones which once stood over the graves of the pioneers of the Mudgee district including some of the earliest white settlers in this area.
The display consists of memorial walls of headstones that were relocated from three early cemeteries in Mudgee when they were turned into parks in the late 1960s.
|Address:||Douro Street, Mudgee Memorial Park Cemetery, Mudgee, 2850|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -32.591368|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Approx. Monument Dedication Date:||1970|
MUDGEE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL
This memorial wall was constructed by Mudgee
Municipal Council in 1970 and contains
headstones from three cemeteries which were
converted into rest parks in accordance with
the provisions of the Mudgee Cemeteries Act
The cemeteries referred to were the Church
of England cemetery, between Mortimer and
Gladstone Streets, west of Cox Street, the
Presbyterian and Methodist Cemetery which was
adjacent, and the Roman Catholic Cemetery,
which was on the site of this park.