The history of Moggill Cemetery is fascinating and absorbing. The early pioneers of Moggill were farmers, timber getters, and later miners, and they were buried at Moggill Cemetery, believed to have originally been a Church graveyard dating back to circa 1855. The first recorded monument was placed at Moggill Cemetery over 140 years ago. Approximately 80 monuments were erected, however sadly, due to neglect and vandals, only 17 remain. The cemetery is hidden down a small bush track and tall gums watch over the many forgotten graves.
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