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The historic Bulli Cemetery serves as the final resting place for many of Wollongong’s pioneers. The first burials are recorded to have taken place within the Methodist Section in March 1876. As you enter Bulli Cemetery you can glimpse rolling ocean views through majestic and beautiful stone monuments.
There are no graves available at Bulli Cemetery. The only burials permitted are for families with existing ownership (conditions apply).
Memorial walls and gardens are available for placement of ashes.