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To ensure the life of your loved one is remembered for future generations to come, we encourage you to consider establishing a memorial.More
Remembrance Parks Memorials
Our memorials will provide a permanent location for current and future family and friends to remember your loved one and reflect on their life.More
Options to reflect on the departed
Remembrance Parks – Central Victoria, RPCV, [formerly Bendigo Cemeteries Trust] continues to evolve its services and products to meet the needs of a changing community.More
Nurturing Enduring Remembrance
Memorials are stepping-stones to the past, and to the future - they link the generations.
Henry Avery (one of the first Councillors elected when Eaglehawk became a Borough in 1863) died on 29th October 1883 and was interred in the Bendigo Remembrance Park on October 31st, 1883.
On September 23rd, 1910 - The Bendigo Pottery founder George Duncan Guthrie was interred in Bendigo Remembrance Park.
The Anti Gold License Association was formed in Sandhurst in June 1853 under the leadership of George Edward Thomson, ably assisted by William Dixon Campbell Denovan.
Remembrance Parks Central Victoria (RPCV) is holding their annual 'Death by Misadventure' Halloween Cemetery Tour at Eaglehawk Cemetery on Monday the 31st of...
Find the location of graves and plots in any of the Remembrance Parks Central Victoria cemeteries