Address: Off Bourke Developmental Road, Mungana via Chillagoe 4871 QLD
Mungana was a small town established in northern Queensland at the turn of the 20th century that was centred around copper mining and smelting operations. Mungana Cemetery contains only a handful of marked graves with evidence of several others that are now unidentified.
Peter Patterson-Kane visited and photographed the site and its inscriptions in October 2011. He said that the cemetery is fully fenced but overgrown. His pictures may be downloaded from the list of inscriptions for this cemetery. That list was compiled with reference to the Queensland indices of births, deaths and marriages for additional information.
How to find it
Head north from Chillagoe for 17km, turn right at Mungana (National Park Sign) for approx 1km to the Aboriginal Rock Art Site, then left for approx 400m to the cemetery. Lat -17.087471, Long 144.388568
For further information, contact Tablelands Regional Council, PO Box 573 Atherton Qld 4883; phone: 1300 362 242; email: email@example.com
The number of inscriptions for this cemetery is 4
The listing was last updated on 2011-11-17
The listing was complete as at 2011-10-13
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