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Glengower Cemetery

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Off Creswick-Newstead Road, Campbelltown VIC 3364

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  • Historic cemetery
  • Beautiful views of surrounding farmland
The Glengower (Campbelltown) Cemetery lies in a quiet field at the end of a modest bush track, with beautiful views across sprawling farmlands. This cemetery is home to many interesting monuments, including an attractive stone seat dedicated to pioneering families Cumming and Robertson and multiple large, impressive headstones. A stroll among the stones offers a fascinating glimpse into the past.

Of particular significance are the graves of Donald Campbell and Alexander Clarke. Campbell managed and owned the historical  Glengower pastoral run and Clarke later leased the property.

The Glengower Pioneers Memorial Grave, a very notable monument with a fascinating history, is located just a few minutes from the Glengower Cemetery.

How to get to the Glengower Cemetery

The Glengower Cemetery is set along the Creswick-Newstead Road in Campbelltown, but is set far back from the road. You have to drive through an enclosed field to get to it. 

A small signs points to the entrance of the field, you will need to open a gate - please ensure that you close the gate behind you immediately after you enter or exit. 

View down the dirt track when heading back out of the Glengower Cemetery

Once you've entered the field, drive along the dirt track for a few moments until you reach the entrance to the cemetery itself. 

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  • Many cemeteries in the goldfields were established in the early-mid 19th century. Walking through the historic cemeteries of the area is like taking a walk through time.


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