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  • Number of crematoria: 74
  • Australian Capital Territory: 1
    1. Norwood Park

  • New South Wales: 28
    1. Albury
    2. Armidale (new 1997)
    3. Botany (Eastern Suburbs)
    4. Canobolas
    5. Castlebrook
    6. Coffs Harbour (2)
    7. Dareton (new 1997)
    8. Dubbo (2)
    9. Forest Lawn
    10. Inverell
    11. Leura
    12. Lincoln Grove
    13. Lismore
    14. Newcastle
    15. Northern Suburbs
    16. Palmdale
    17. Pinegrove
    18. Port Macquarrie
    19. Rockwood
    20. Shoalhaven
    21. Taree (new 1997)
    22. Tweed Heads
    23. Wagga Wagga
    24. Wollongong (2)
    25. Woronora

  • Northern Territory: 1
    1. Darwin

  • Queensland: 20
    1. Albany Creek
    2. Allambe Gardens
    3. Buderim
    4. Bundaberg
    5. Caboolture (new 1997)
    6. Cairns
    7. Caloundra
    8. Goodna
    9. Gympie
    10. Hervey Bay
    11. Laidley
    12. Logan City (Carbrook)
    13. Mackay (new 1997)
    14. Maryborough
    15. Mt Thompson
    16. Noosa
    17. Rockhampton
    18. Stapylton
    19. Toowoomba
    20. Townsville

  • South Australia: 6
    1. Centennial Park
    2. Enfield
    3. Gawler
    4. Mount Gambier
    5. Port Lincoln (new 1997)
    6. Whyalla

  • Tasmania: 3
    1. Carr Villa
    2. Hobart
    3. Ulverstone

  • Victoria: 9
    1. Altona
    2. Ballarat
    3. Bendigo
    4. Bunurong
    5. Fawkner
    6. Geelong
    7. Lilydale
    8. Springvale
    9. Traralgon

  • Western Australia: 6
    1. Albany
    2. Bunbury
    3. Fremantle
    4. Geraldton
    5. Kalgoorlie
    6. Karrakatta
Cremation Organisation:
Australian Cemeteries & Crematoria Association
472 William Street, West Melbourne,
Victoria 3003,
Australia.
President:
Mr Peter MacLean
Vice-President:
Mr Jacobus (Koos) Adrichem
Secretary/Treasurer:
Mr Bruce Macumber
Joint Executive Officers:
Mr Aaron Smith & Miss Robyn Smith
Number of Members:
160
Name of journal:
ACCA News
Date of foundation:
1986
Published:
quarterly
Circulation:
800
Editors:
Mr Aaron Smith & Miss Robyn Smith