Carr Villa Memorial Park is Launceston's major cemetery and crematorium. The site is owned and operated by Council.
Originally the cemetery grounds were privately owned by the Knight family. In the mid-1800s, a small college and boarding school known as the Carr Villa Establishment for Young Ladies was based there.
The Council purchased the land in 1881 and opened a public burial ground to be known as Carr Villa in 1905. The crematorium and chapel were built in 1938 and the first cremation was in February 1939.
Memorial plaque arrangements are by appointment only. This enables us to have employees available to provide personalised attention in the privacy of our meeting room. Please call us to arrange a meeting.
Read about current fees: Carr Villa Schedule of Fees 2016/17(PDF, 814KB)
Understand the Carr Villa site
Carr Villa Map: Overview(PDF, 224KB)
Carr Villa Map: Detailed(PDF, 147KB)
8am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday
Park Main Gates
7.30am to 7pm, all days including public holidays
8am to 4pm, Monday to Friday
Address: 36 Nunamina Avenue, Kings Meadows
Phone: 03 6323 3600