Everything has a story to tell and the graves in Augathella St Patrick's Catholic Churchyard are no exception.
The graves have stories dating back to 1868. Imagine living in a time when something as simple as teething was a cause of death, and the heartache you would feel as you live through burying not only your husband but many of your children too. This is the story of these graves and Catherine Burns (nee Cavanagh).
Supervised children are welcome.
Yes. Pets are allowed, but must be restrained at all times.
For further information, the Augathella Arts and Visitor Centre is on Main Street, on the next block on from the Ellangowan Hotel.
How To Get There
Upon your arrival to Augathella turn left off Main Street at Ellangowan Hotel and travel two blocks down Annie Street.
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