Injune is a town steeped in history, and one of its unique aspects is the presence of both an old and a new cemetery, each telling a story of the community’s past and present.

The Old Cemetery

Just off the highway on the southern approach to town lies Injune’s old cemetery, a tranquil spot recently marked by a broad-leafed bottle tree. This cemetery, dating from 1930 to 1976, holds the graves of 11 individuals, each representing a piece of Injune’s early history. These burials provide a poignant glimpse into the lives of those who helped shape our town during its formative years. To learn more about the stories of these early residents, we invite you to call into the Injune Visitor Information Centre, where detailed information about each burial is available.

The New Cemetery

On the opposite side of the highway, you’ll find the new cemetery, clearly signposted for visitors. This cemetery is not just a resting place; it’s a living chronicle of Injune’s community. Each headstone and plaque here paints a picture of the lives and legacies of the people who have called Injune and the surrounding district home. As you walk through the cemetery, you’ll encounter a rich tapestry of personal histories, from pioneers and settlers to more recent residents, each contributing to the vibrant heritage of our town.

Both cemeteries offer a unique opportunity to connect with Injune’s past, reflecting the town’s evolution and the enduring spirit of its community. Whether you’re a history enthusiast or simply seeking a moment of quiet reflection, visiting these cemeteries provides a profound sense of connection to Injune’s heritage.