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Parque das Cerejeiras in Jardim Angela, Brazil

The Memorial Cemetery Parque das Cerejeiras in Jardim Angela, Brazil, is a relatively new & modern cemetery complex. It was designed by Crisa Santos Arquitectos, the cemetery strikes alternately peaceful and playful tones by combining spaces of quiet reflection with bold, sculptural elements in dialogue with the surrounding park. The park totals an area of 300,000 square meters.

Ebenezer Church and Cemetery, Hawkesbury, NSW, AU

The Ebenezer Church  is a heritage-listed Uniting (formerly Presbyterian) church and cemetery and former schoolhouse located at 95 Coromandel Road, Ebenezer, City of Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia. It was designed by Andrew Johnston and built from 1809 to 1823. It is now part of the Uniting Church in Australia, having been a Presbyterian church prior to amalgamation. The church was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 2 April 1999.

Coober Pedy, South Australia, Two Cemeteries

Cooper Pedy is a small opal mining town on the Stuart Highway in the north of South Australia. It is about 850km north of South Australia's capital, Adelaide. Despite many of Coober Pedy's 1,700 residents living in dug outs and underground, they have two cemeteries; the "First Cemetery" and the "Boot Hill" cemetery. The latter holds most interests for tourist and grey nomads due to the local characters buried in it and the many quirky headstones.

Karakatta Cemetery, Western Australia

Karrakatta Cemetery is a metropolitan cemetery in the suburb of Karrakatta in Perth, Western Australia. Karrakatta Cemetery first opened for burials in 1899, the first being that of wheelwright Robert Creighton.Managed by the Metropolitan Cemeteries Board, the cemetery attracts more than one million visitors each year. Cypress trees located near the main entrance are a hallmark of Karrakatta Cemetery.The cemetery contains a crematorium, and in 1995 Western Australia's first mausoleum opened at the site.

Waterfall (Garrawarra or Garrawanna) Cemetery, NSW, AU

Waterfall General Cemetery – also known as Garrawarra (or Garrawanna) Cemetery – is located north west of Helensburgh, in the northern-most part of the Wollongong local government area.  This cemetery was used from 1909 to 1949 as a burial site for over 2000 tuberculosis patients from the nearby Waterfall Sanatorium, which operates today as the Garrawarra Centre for Aged Care.

ED: different NSW government and historical sources refer to the site as GARRAWARRA or GARRAWANNA. We are unclear as to which is correct.

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