Families with sites at Smithfield Memorial Park, please note that flower pickups will be carried out between the 25th to the 29th of May, weather permitting, so that maintenance of lawns may be carried out. Floral tributes will be collected and placed on the flower racks nearest to the gardens. Tributes will remain on the racks for four weeks from the date of pickup so that they may be claimed by families or replaced on their sites after mowing has taken place.
If you have any questions regarding floral tributes in our cemeteries, please refer to the Floral Tributes Policy here or contact us on (08) 8139 7400
For those who love the Australian landscape, Smithfield Memorial Park is a natural choice. Lakes, wattles and eucalypts combine with beautiful rose gardens to create a natural oasis full of colour and bird life.
The picturesque park offers a range of contemporary, traditional and unique burial options perfect for remembering a life and ensuring an enduring legacy for generations to come. This includes Pear Tree Grove, traditional lawn areas, full monument sites as well as above ground burial options. There’s also Pilyu Yarta, the Kaurna term meaning 'peaceful ground' - a natural earth burial area planted with Australian natives and wild flowers.
For those who choose cremation, the park also has a wide variety of memorial options. The Gazebo Garden provides a peaceful setting surrounded by standard, bush and climbing roses, while the Peninsula offers a native bushland setting with lake views.
Smithfield Memorial Park is open to the public every day of the year.
Did you know? You can pre-purchase your resting space at the beautiful natural setting of Smithfield Memorial Park please Contact Us for more information.
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Pear Tree Grove
Set in a secluded nook of Smithfield Memorial Park is Pear Tree Grove. This lawned area, planted with ornamental pear trees, provides a peaceful setting where families can commemorate the life of a loved one.
With burial sites arranged neatly around the base of each tree and a variety of memorial options also available, Pear Tree Grove offers beautiful choices by which to remember a loved one.
Pilyu Yarta natural burial ground
Smithfield Memorial Park has its own natural charm and Pilyu Yarta, set on the park’s western fringe, takes this to another level with a purely native botanical theme and the look of a thriving area of untouched Australian bushland.
Pilyu Yarta, the Kaurna term for ‘peaceful ground’, has been specifically designed using eucalypts and native wild flowers to create a rich, diverse and self-sustaining ecosystem alive with seasonal colour.
Natural Burial, an environmentally sustainable option, involves interment in a bio-degradable casket or a simple shroud, with the remains returning to the earth naturally. While there’s no physical identification of the person at the place of burial, each site is micro-chipped to allow current and future generations to locate their loved ones.
Smithfield Memorial Park’s three beautiful lakes have always been a popular choice with families wishing to memorialise here. Surrounded by green foliage and lush reed beds, these are areas that create their own special sense of peace.
Choices for families include lakeside memorials as well as memorials placed near trees and paths in the vicinity of the lakes.
Due to ongoing demand over the years, remaining lakeside memorial positions are limited. You’re invited to contact us, book an inspection appointment and speak with a Memorial Consultant to discuss the options available for you.