Evergreen Community Precinct

Adelaide Cemeteries is proud to welcome you to Evergreen Community Precinct at Enfield Memorial Park. Our new world-class facility is a once-in-a-generation project and signals a $25M investment into Enfield Memorial Park and the communities we support.

Our multi-function facility is home to reflection rooms, condolence lounges, industry-leading crematorium, and our visitor centre. Our Wattle Reflection Rooms, Limestone Hospitality Lounges and Valé room have been created especially to cater to families looking for a peaceful place to say farewell, reflect and remember the life of a family member or loved one. You can view these spaces in our virtual tours available below.

Virtual Tours

Visitor Centre
Wattle 1 & 2 Reflection Rooms and Limestone 2
Grand Wattle
Limestone 1 
Grand Limestone
1947 Coffee Co. and Grace & Thorn
Nature Playspace

Evergreen Community Precinct is also home to our in-house café, 1947 Coffee Co. and florist, Grace & Thorn. Both are open to the public Monday to Friday, 8am to 3:30pm and Saturday 9am to 2pm. Visitors can also make use of the EV charging points in our car park, a nod to the growing trend of electric vehicles and nature playspace for children.

Scroll down to learn more about Evergreen Community Precinct, 1947 Coffee Co. and Grace & Thorn, and why we’ve chosen these names.

These spaces are now open. To receive the latest information, follow our social media accounts.

The 1960’s saw significant changes to Enfield Memorial Park, particularly the rename to Evergreen Memorial Park. This change saw a large investment into the upkeep and layout of the park, as well as an adjustment in business model which secured the viability of the cemetery for generations to come. We have built and designed this precinct for the community we support, so it is fitting that we name it as such. View Evergreen Community Precinct Reflection Rooms and Lounges pricing


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On the 9th of March 1947, the first burial took place at Enfield Memorial Park. It was a fine day and there was a large gathering. Albert Ronald Goodenough was laid to rest in the inner general section, and signified the beginning of more than 75 years of history. The menu take inspiration from the many communities we serve, with a focus on local produce and high quality ingredients, prepared in a state-of-the-art full commercial kitchen. We are also proud to partner with a number of South Australian companies to serve their products and look forward to launching our menu in the coming weeks.


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Sitting adjacent to 1947 Coffee Co, Grace & Thorn will offer a range of high quality pre-made flower arrangements, as well as a selection of gifts sourced from local artists and artisans. We also hope to launch online ordering and on-site flower placement in the near future.


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