LIVERPOOL PIONEERS’
MEMORIAL PARK

Liverpool Pioneers’ Memorial Park

Liverpool Pioneers’ Memorial Park is the resting place of more than 13,000 people. The cemetery was closed for burials in 1958, but was reopened as a park by Mayor Wendy Waller in 2010. The park has been revitalised with new signage and a new website, which includes a search function for people who want to research their family history.

Photo courtesy Liverpool City Council.

The website has section on history and interactive map and burials listing.

Screenshot of www.liverpoolpioneersmemorialpark.com.au

Liverpool Pioneers’ Memorial Park
1-51 Macquarie St North, Liverpool 2170 (opposite Westfield)
www.liverpoolpioneersmemorialpark.com.au

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