|Total identified casualties||228 Find these records|
|Casualties from||First & Second World War|
The car park for this location is across the road from the cemetery. Visitors are advised to exercise caution when crossing the road as it is a national speed limit road. The entrance sits on a brow with the road dipping on either side, so traffic can appear quickly without warning.
Durrington Cemetery contains burials of both wars. The 204 First World War burials were mostly from nearby Larkhill Camp. Many of the graves are of Australian servicemen and there is a separate Australian memorial in the cemetery. The Second World War burials number 22. In addition to the war graves, there are a number of post-war service graves in the cemetery, mostly of the Royal Air Force.