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Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

From Monday 1 June, Tweed Valley Cemetery at Environ will allow up to 38 members in The Chapel and outdoor funerals can have up to 100 people. Social distancing must be maintained.

This is in line with NSW Government advice (external link).

To find out more about Council’s services and support during the pandemic, visit our COVID-19 Dashboard (external link).

A beautiful place to rest

Tweed Valley Cemetery

Tweed Valley Cemetery

Council's cemeteries are situated in some of the Tweed’s most beautiful locations, providing peaceful and respectful surrounds.

Burial plots and memorials to store ashes at our cemetery facilities offer security and permanence for friends and family, giving them peace of mind that there will always be a special place to remember a loved one. All these services can be provided in one location, offering a more relaxed and less stressful day for family and friends.

We offer a full list of high-quality and cost-effective services , whether you are planning ahead for your own funeral or farewelling a loved one.

Council manages 11 cemeteries , ranging from the large regional facility, Tweed Valley Lawn Cemetery, to small village cemeteries.

The Chapel

Tweed Valley Lawn Cemetery, located at Eviron, is the main operating cemetery to cater for the requirements of Tweed Shire for the foreseeable future. It incorporates the Tweed Valley Crematorium and Memorial Gardens to provide a range of ash interment options, as well as a non-denominational and historic chapel.

Ask your funeral director for more information about Council’s cemetery services, providing certainty for the long term. A list of local funeral directors is provided in the sidebar.

Contact us

Tweed Heads Lawn and General Cemetery The Tweed Valley Cemetery Administrator is available during Tweed Shire Council business hours. Appointments are essential for all enquiries. Please phone to make an appointment to organise burial and ash interment sites.

Phone: (02) 6670 2400


Postal address: PO Box 816, Murwillumbah NSW 2484

Main office: Appointments are essential for all enquiries. The office is located at 813-871 Tweed Valley Cemetery on Eviron Road, Eviron. Please see the Tweed Valley Cemetery Map (280kB PDF) for directions.

Office hours: 8.30am to 12 noon and 1pm to 4pm, Monday to Friday (except public holidays)

Cemetery opening hours for visiting grave sites:
Vehicle access to the Tweed Valley Cemetery parking area is available from 6am to 7pm from the Eastern entrance seven days a week. The Western entrance will be closed at 4pm Monday to Friday and will remain closed on weekends and public holidays.

Pedestrian access available at all times from the Eastern entrance.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I scatter the ashes of my loved one at the beach, a river or a public park or reserve?

What do I do when someone dies?

Who is responsible for arranging a funeral?

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