Face Mask Collection from Enfield Memorial Park

From today, face masks will be available to collect from the Adelaide Cemeteries Visitor Centre located at Enfield Memorial Park. 

These 3-pack of disposable face masks will be available to collect between 8.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday. 

For directions on how to get to the Visitors Centre please click here. 

For ease of traffic flow we request you enter through Gordon Avenue and exit via Browning Street.


Environmental Accreditation

Adelaide Cemeteries has reinforced its commitment to the South Australian community, becoming the first cemetery operator in Australia to gain the internationally recognised ISO 14001 Environmental Certification. Accreditation was awarded after auditors approved Adelaide Cemeteries’ environmental management system covering Enfield Memorial Park, Smithfield Memorial Park, Cheltenham Cemetery and West Terrace Cemetery.

To read more click here.


Award-winning West Terrace Cemetery tours

Award-winning Night Tours - Guided Day Tours - Self-guided Day Tours...and coming soon, our new Augmented Reality Tours!

Ever since Colonel William Light laid out the City of Adelaide in 1837, West Terrace Cemetery has served the resting place of pioneers, politicians, war heroes, suffragettes and ratbags alike. Today, this State Heritage Listed landmark is home to more than 150,000 souls and rich stories about their amazing lives.


Have you experienced our latest Night Tour?

'Mavericks, murder and Mayhem' is our latest West Terrace Cemetery Night Tour. Full of history and surprises, it's an amazing and entertaining night out. Special light and surround sound effects combine with actors in period costume to bring to life stories full of achievement, humour, tragedy and intrigue. This is a whole new perspective on some of the colourful characters resting in this heritage listed cemetery.