The Rosedale Cemetery is located at
120 Rosedale-Stradbroke Road, Victoria, Australia
The township of Rosedale is located on the Princes Highway (M1), about 190 kilometres east of Melbourne. The Rosedale Cemetery is a short drive south of the Rosedale township. To get to the cemetery take the Longford exit at the Rosedale roundabout and travel south to the Rosedale-Stradbroke Road. Turn to the left and travel about 1.2 kilometres. The cemetery is on the right, just before the racecourse and recreation reserve.
Rosedale township has a range of services for the visitor. It is renowned for its antique shops, cafes, tea rooms, bakery and historic hotels. It has memorials to commemorate the WWI and WWII, Australia Remembers Memorial Wall, a cairn to early British exporation, a plaque to commemorate the re-enactment of the stage coach/pack train journey between Port Albert and Walhalla, and Patrobas, the winner of the Melbourne Cup in 1915.
The township of Rosedale has many amenities and services for the visitor.
For some Rosedale history visit the Rosedale & District Historical Society website.