Saint Ann's Anglican Cemetery Information
Saint Ann's Church and Cemetery are situated on the flat Aldinga plains, lying some 45 kilometres from Adelaide on the Main South Road to Cape Jervis.
Within the cemetery there are footpaths giving access to all the graves and on these paths are bench seats for the comfort of visitors who may wish to rest awhile and look around. The views all round the cemetery are really stunning since on two sides there are vines and on the third side the land looks down to olive trees
The cemetery is still in use and has been catering for the needs of the community since 1868. Many of the pioneering families are to be found here. Whilst it may be of interest to look at some of the ages of the people buried here because it really shows the harsh life, which the early settlers lived with, when they settled here.
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