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. Smithfield Memorial Park is Adelaide’s and South Australia’s largest cemetery.
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.
Adelaide Cemeteries offer a 25 year grace period for tenures of more than 50 years, meaning the tenure on a site won’t start until an interment takes place, or 25 years after purchase – whichever occurs first.
We know that purchasing a site can be a significant investment, that’s why we offer interest free payment plans for pre-need sites. After securing the site with a 20% deposit, the remainder can be paid off over three years with no administration fees.