German Station Cemetery

Stage Number: MBNH.11.03.03

Group: Northern

Local Study Area: Chermside-Wavell Heights-Kedron-Nundah

Epoch: Early 19th Century

Street Address: 88 Hedley Ave, Nundah

Latitude & Longitude: -27.40777778,153.06744444

Time Link: 1848

Map Link: 1891

Image Time Point: 1891

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German Station Cemetery was opened in c.1848. It started as a cemetery for the Zion Presbyterian Mission for Aborigines (1838-48) built along Kidron (later Kedron) Brook. After the Mission closed, six German families established the free settlement of German Station. Became Nundah Cemetery. The cemetery is closed for burials but has columbariums for ashes.


From Pioneering Days – Nundah, Northgate, Virginia, (Brisbane: Nundah & Districts Historical Society, 2002)

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QSA Series 1748 Moreton District, County of Stanley Maps – A1 Series. 1 mile to the inch. Queensland Census Districts. 1 mile to the inch. Government Engraving Office, Brisbane. 620650