This page contains information about the cemeteries and crematorium in Whangarei that ensure residents are able to remember their loved ones in appropriate ways.
14/02/2018 9:25 a.m.
Although there are a number of operational cemeteries in the district, we are responsible only for those at Maunu, Onerahi and Kamo. They are open to the public seven days a week, 52 weeks a year.
Burials and cremations take place at the Maunu Cemetery six days a week.
Our cemeteries are maintained to a high standard and we ask for your help to maintain these standards by observing the following requests:
- please, no glass - including vases, jars, beer bottles and glass flowers/ornaments. Glass is easily broken causing a health and safety hazard to visitors and staff
- please, no foodstuffs - food encourages rats, rabbits and other vermin
- please, no planting without written permission from the Cemetery Manager
- please, no dogs - except guidedogs
- please, no vehicles - between dusk and dawn.
For further information about the cemeteries which we operate, select from the links below.
There are a number of cemeteries in the district which are no longer used for burials but have historical significance.
For information about these cemeteries, follow the link below.
Trust Operated cemeteries
For information about rural cemeteries in the district which are managed by cemetery boards, please contact the appropriate board. To view the contact details, follow the link below.
Trust Operated Cemeteries
Our cemetery records
We have a well maintained database on our website, full of excellent material for tracing family histories. If you need further information, our staff are always willing to help.
Follow the link below to search our cemetery records.
Whangarei District Council
Private Bag 9023
Cemetery Database Search
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