Mareeba Shire Council manages ten active cemeteries across the Shire, that can accommodate a range of interment and memorial options.  There are also thirteen historic cemeteries that are no longer open for interment.

The Cemetery Terms and Conditions compiles all information relating to the terms and conditions under which Council provides cemetery goods and services. This document contains detailed information about application forms and cemetery approvals and processes.

The Cemetery Memorial Specifications Guideline provides details about the allowable styles and dimensions of permanent memorials that may be constructed and installed within Council operated cemeteries (for example, headstone, grave, vault, mausoleum).

Council adopts a schedule of Fees and Charges each year relating to interment rights, interment and other cemetery goods and services.  Fees must be paid upfront and in full except where a funeral director is arranging and paying for an interment.

The Cemetery Policy outlines Council’s policy position and refers to related terms and conditions, guidelines and related Local Laws, standards and legislation.