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  • Volunteers installing flags on veteran graves for Honour our Fallen program

Volunteering has many benefits. As you give back to the community, you might also find purpose, make friends, learn new skills and so much more.

Volunteer roles at Northern Beaches Council Cemeteries at Manly and Mona Vale include light gardening and research. Volunteers also have the opportunity to participate in the Honour Our Fallen program placing Australian Flags placed on over 500 veterans’s graves each year for Anzac Day and Remembrance Day.   

Mona Vale Cemetery

Cemetery Gardening Group

Our cemetery gardening group volunteers carry out gentle weeding on the graves in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Held on the first and third Tuesday of every month (except Dec & Jan) from 8.30 - 11.30am (weather permitting). 

Volunteer Gardener

Light weeding to maintain neglected graves and improve appearance of the cemetery.

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Before & After shot of volunteers' gardening work at Mona Vale Cemetery

 

Manly Cemetery

Volunteer Gardener

Our cemetery gardening group volunteers carry out gentle weeding on the graves in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Held on the second Thursday of every month (except Dec & Jan) from 8.30 - 11.30am (weather permitting). 

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If you would like to volunteer please complete the online enquiry form and mention which role you are interested in.