An initial heatwave warning has been issued to affect the region from Tuesday 31 January to Saturday 4 February. For more information refer to:
Bureau of Meteorology warning summary
Information on burial options and ashes placement at Council's cemeteries.
With limited space available in several cemeteries, Council has placed some restrictions on burials in the region.
Information on maintenance of grounds, monuments and plaques.
Established in the 1870s, Albany Creek Cemetery is located on the corner of Old Northern Road and Faheys Road East.
Established in 1990 as a joint venture between Caboolture Shire Council and the Bribie Island Lions Club.
Established in 1988, the cemetery is situated on Tallowwood Drive Deception Bay and is surrounded by eucalypt forest.
Established in 1885, it is often referred to as the King Street Cemetery and is the resting place for many of Caboolture's pioneers.
A traditional country cemetery located on McKenzie Street just outside of the picturesque township of Dayboro.
Established in the 1880s, visitors to the cemetery will notice monuments to many local pioneering families.
Established in 1874 its attractive and landscape grounds are the resting place for many Redcliffe pioneers and local identities.
Situated on School Road and bordered by natural bushland to the north and west.
Located near the picturesque Lake Samsonvale, the cemetery is a tranquil place to reflect and remember.