The Cobram Cemetery sits on top of a beautiful Sandhill at Cobram East which was part of the Cobram Homestead land it was subdivided off the Homestead for the Cemetery by the Dick family.
Cobram Cemetery has a beautiful non-denominational Lawn Cemetery
The General Cemetery which is segregated into Roman Catholic, Methodist, Presbyterian, Church of England and Seventh Day Adventists.
A Memorial Wall (ashes) is on top of the Hill between the Lawn Baby Sections.
A Mausoleum has been built with the funding of the Local Italian Community. Stage 4 is in the planning process.
Our Mission The Cobram Cemetery Trust Mission is to care for the remains of the deceased. We fulfill this purpose by delivering a high quality of service in an established environment. Our commitment is to provide caring responsive customer service in a dignified manner, mindful and respectful of all customs and beliefs.
Cobram Cemetery is managed by a board of Trust Volunteers and is a not for profit facility under the Cemeteries Act of 1958.
Cobram General Cemetery is managed by a voluntary group of members.
TrustMembers - Dianne Lindhe (chairperson) Rachel McKay (Secretary/Treasurer) Susan Miller, Jan Willis. Dulcie Watts Fiona Gough Cobram Cemetery Trust is a member of the Cemeteries and Crematoria Association of Victoria, CCAV.