IPSWICH GENERAL CEMETERY, QUEENSLAND
|Total identified casualties||103 Find these records|
|Casualties from||First & Second World War|
Ipswich is a town some 40 kilometres from Brisbane. The General Cemetery stands on the corner of Cemetery Road and Warwick Road, and is 2 kilometres south of Ipswich Post Office. Just inside the entrance is a triangular plot delineated on two sides by shrubs and roses, contaning service war graves. A Cross of Sacrifice has been erected and the graves, marked by white marble headstones, lies in closely mown grass. The graves of 64 soldiers and 24 airmen belonging to the Australian forces can be found in this cemetery.
Ipswich General Cemetery contains 14 casualties of the First World War and 88 casualties of the Second World War.