We love showcasing our cemeteries and sharing with people a snapshot of South Australian History. But recognise that our tours may not be for everyone. Below is some information that may assist you in visiting our cemeteries and joining us on one of our tours
All of our tours take place on a range of uneven and varying surfaces including dirt, asphalt, gravel and lawn. For those who require a wheelchair, walker or experience mobility issues, our tours may not be suitable for you.
Our tours include at least 1km of walking, with frequent stops and various periods of standing and listening. These stops do not provide the opportunity to be seated.
Some of the paths between graves can also be quite narrow or require deviation from a straight line. For those in wheelchairs, mobility scooters or pushers/prams this may cause issues with being able to experience our tours.
Topics & Themes
As can be expected when visiting a cemetery, our tours cover a range of topics that can be disturbing or triggering for guests. These can include murder, suicide, mental health, violence and domestic abuse.
For younger participants, or those who may find hearing about these topics to be emotionally challenging or triggering, we wouldn't recommend our tours.
If you or someone you know needs assistance
Lifeline: 13 11 14 or lifeline.org.au