Outback Graves Markers

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Outback Grave markers have been placed on lonely graves all over Australia. Check for locations on our map below, or type a location into our search box and hit search.

Langlo Crossing Historical Cemetery

Region: Queensland
Located in the Murweh Shire, Western Queensland, 65 kms from Charleville on the Charleville-Adavale Road
The site was originally known as Kahmoo Mulga - kahmoo thought to be a mis-spelling of the Gunggari word Amu (pronounced Ah-moo) meaning water.

Some of the graves are lost - three were buried at the
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Lawlers

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
32 km southwest of Leinster
A 10-head battery was erected at the Great Eastern by 1896 and was employing 90 men. The main shaft was down to 500 feet, the battery increased to 20 heads, a poppet frame over the shaft, and a
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Leonora

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
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Linden

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
75 km south of Laverton on the southern side of Lake Carey
Kalgoorlie Western Argus, 1/11 1907. THE LINDEN DISTRICT MINING INSPECTOR'S REPORT
The State mining engineer has received the following report from Mr E. K. Beaumont, the mining inspector for the
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Lyndon River

Region: Gascoyne
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Lynton Cemetery

Region: Mid West
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Malcolm (Kookynie Road)

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
19 km south-east of Leonora, south of the Leonora – Laverton Road along the Malcolm Kookynie road. Malcolm town site is itself nothing these days than a bare area of flat ground. Bordering the former town site on the east now is a modern railway siding.
The North Star Gold Mine lies a little southwest of the former Malcolm town site. Little remains at the North Star site other than some minor remnant battery sands and a few shafts.

In 1946, the
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Malcolm (Lake Raeside)

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
19 km south-east of Leonora, south of the Leonora – Laverton Road along the Malcolm Kookynie road. Malcolm town site is itself nothing these days than a bare area of flat ground. Bordering the former town site on the east now is a modern railway siding.
The North Star Gold Mine lies a little southwest of the former Malcolm town site. Little remains at the North Star site other than some minor remnant battery sands and a few shafts.

In 1946, the
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Markegin Cemetery

Region: Wheatbelt
Shire of Pingelly
Reserve Number 12894
Approximately 24 kms east of Pingelly on Jingaring Road just past where Aldersyde-Pingelly Rd turns to the left. Marked with a brown road sign.
Pingelly Leader 28 July1913
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Mertondale

Region: Goldfields-Esperance
Mertondale is 35 km north-east of Leonora and just east of the Leonora-Nambi Road where it turns north-east to north if travelling from Leonora.
In 2020, the Department of Defence bought the pastoral lease, Mertondale Station, which takes its name from the old townsite, which is situated within the station boundaries, to protect the Jindalee
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