Stanley Road South,Te Aroha
Burial options available at Te Aroha Cemetery include:
||For burials of children aged up to 16
||For burials of Returned Servicemen, identified by a plaque. Contact the RSA to organise a grave and plaque. The plot and burial is organised through Council.
|Headstone, full plot, double berm
||Full size plot, identified by a headstone, back to back with another plot
|Lawn Cemetery Plaque
||Full size plot, identified by a plaque. Available in lawn cemetery section only.
||Full size plot, identified by a plaque on a raised concrete slab. Available in lawn cemetery section only
Ashes interment options include
||Ashes are sealed in a memorial wall and identified by a plaque
||Ashes are buried in cemetery plot, identified by a headstone/plaque
||Ashes are buried in a small plot, identified by a plaque on a concrete strip
||Ashes may be buried in the Memorial Garden and a small plaque placed around the garden to remember the deceased. A plant may also be planted over buried ashes (restrictions on plant types apply)
Up to four lots of ashes may also be added to a previous burial plot
|Stillborn Memorial Garden
||Ashes may be sprinkled or caskets buried in the Stillborn Memorial Garden, and a plaque placed around the garden to remember the baby.
Hours of Operation - Interments
Summer (From 1 October to 31 March)
Monday – Friday: 10am – 4pm:
Saturday: 10am – 3pm:
Rest of The Year (From 1 April – 30 September)
Monday - Friday: 10am – 3pm
Saturday: 10am – 3pm
Burials arranged later than 3pm in winter may mean the contractor is backfilling the grave in the dark, this is an unsafe practice and Council does not permit it.
Interments on Sundays and Public Holidays (excluding ANZAC Day) are permitted between 10am and 1pm, provided the timing is negotiated and approved by the Contractor.
Interments on ANZAC Day are permitted between 1pm – 3pm provided the timing is negotiated and approved by the Contractor.