The Shire maintains three cemeteries:

Broomehill Cemetery

The Broomehill Cemetery is located near the intersection of Broomehill-Kojonup Rd and Cemetery Rd, on the outskirts of the Broomehill townsite.  The Broomehill Cemetery has seen burials dating back to the early years of the settlement in 1895.  The site also hosts a Niche Wall, for interment of ashes.

Tambellup Cemetery

The Tambellup Cemetery is located just north of the Tambellup Townsite, on Great Southern Highway. The first burial at this site was conducted in 1910, following the decision taken to relocate the cemetery from its initial site on the Gnowangerup-Tambellup Rd. The Tambellup Cemetery also hosts a Niche Wall.

Pindellup Cemetery

The Pindellup Cemetery is a small cemetery located in bushland at the intersection of Pindellup Rd and North West Rd, Tambellup. The cemetery provides a final resting place for members of early farming families in the area, with the first burial recorded in 1916.

Arranging a funeral?

For enquiries relating to burials or reservation of plots, please contact the Shire on 9825 3555 or email mail@shirebt.wa.gov.au

We regret to advise that we are currently unable to undertake burials on Mondays due to staffing requirements.

Cemeteries Online

The Shire has recently completed the transition of cemetery information to an online platform called Chronicle.  Aerial images of each cemetery, including searchable burial indexes, can be found here.


  • Plots outlined in BLUE – are occupied. Click to see details of the burial.
  • Plots outlined in YELLOW – are reserved.
  • Plots outlined in GREEN – are available for reservation or burial.

Family History

The Chronicle platform provides the opportunity for families to upload photos and other information, including obituaries, to the individual burial record.  These files are then able to be viewed by the general public through the link above.

If you are interested in providing more information about your family member/s, please contact the Shire.

Tambellup Pioneer Cemetery

The first cemetery established in Tambellup is located near the intersection of Gnowangerup-Tambellup Rd and Jam Creek Rd.  Records indicate nine burials were conducted at this site between 1900 and 1910, before it was deemed that ‘the ground was too hard for digging’ and the new cemetery was established at its current site.

Eticup Cemetery

Eticup was one of the earliest settlements in the region and was proposed to become the major town to service the central Great Southern region. The routing of the Great Southern Railway saw the town slowly close as people moved their businesses to the new railway siding 6km west of the Eticup townsite.  The new Broomehill townsite was gazetted in 1897.

The Eticup Cemetery, located on North Greenhills Rd, was established in the early years of the Eticup settlement, and online records indicate there may be up to 29 graves in the vicinity, although only four headstones are visible.

The Eticup Cemetery is located on privately owned land.