760 Goodwood Road, Pasadena, SA 5042 | Ph: (08) 8276 6011

Choosing Burial

Since our first burial in 1938, we have been serving the community offering a variety of burial options.  We understand that families have certain needs when it comes to saying goodbye to their loved one.

South Australia is a society made up of many cultures with specific burial needs. We offer many burial options which accommodate various religious requirements such as;

  • Bahai,
  • Catholic,
  • Druses,
  • Jewish,
  • Lutheran,
  • Maronite,
  • Muslim,
  • Orthodox.

We also offer several burial lawns which are fully irrigated throughout the year.   If your preference is for a burial vault instead of an earth burial, Centennial Park can also provide families with both single and double depth concrete vaults within designated areas of the cemetery.

For a full list of burial options available at Centennial Park, please see below.

Lawn Burial

A lawn burial position at Centennial Park features a small sloping headstone as opposed to the traditional upright headstone. The area is fully irrigated, ensuring the grass remains lush throughout the year.

Olive Terrace


Reflective of a distinguished Mediterranean garden, Olive Terrace is a contemporary burial design set among lines of fragrant olive and orange trees, overlooking a beautiful ocean vista. This peaceful new area significantly expands our burial options, offering in-ground vaults and the inclusion of grand monuments.
Key features include:

  • green all year round (fully irrigated)
  • spacious vaults of up to triple depth
  • large monuments up to 1.8m tall
  • wide range of granite styles and colours
  • 100-year interment lease

Olive Terrace is truly unique burial option, never before available at Centennial Park.

                     

Olive Views

Lined with lush pencil pine and dwarf pomegranate trees, Olive Views is reminiscent of a classic European garden. This welcoming area provides an alternative earth-burial option, and like its neighbouring Olive Terrace allows for grand monuments.

Key features again include:

  • green all year round (fully irrigated)
  • spacious vaults of up to triple depth
  • large monuments up to 1.8m tall
  • wide range of granite styles and colours
  • 100 -year interment lease

 

Martinique Grove - contemporary garden burial

Another contemporary new burial option, Martinique Grove’s intimate, granite-enclosed design centres around a calming cluster of fragrant Magnolia trees that when in bloom will be resplendent with large canopies of stunning, aromatic white flowers.

Key features include:
• option of large plaques in bronze, ceramic or glass
• green all year round (fully irrigated)
• generous seating to allow unhurried visits.

   

Standard Large Burial

Many families desire a burial position where a large casket or larger headstone is available. Large burial options are currently available in certain sections within Centennial Park.

Derrick Gardens

Established in 1956 Derrick Gardens is named after WWII Victoria Cross recipient Lieutenant Thomas “Diver”Derrick, and is a specifically designated area for returned or current service persons.  Stationed tall at the base of Derrick Gardens is the Cross of Remembrance, which is protected by two towering pine trees sown from the seedlings originally from Lone Pine in Gallipoli.

Services Family Garden 

Adjacent to Derrick Gardens the Services Family Garden is specifically designed for spouses and family of service personnel. This garden features a variety of spectacularly sculpted roses and Bottlebrush trees that provide shade and protection to the flourishing roses.