Dromana cemetery is on the mountainside of Arthurs Seat, Mornington Peninsula.
It overlooks Port Phillip Bay with Mount Martha in the distance.
Because of the steepness of the slope, there are several entrances at different levels.
As an alternative, there are steps and winding walkways.
On a historical note, the cemetery was first gazetted in 1863 and the northern slopes were added in 1942.
No new grave sites are available but a plaque may be created on a memorial wall.
Some people choose to buy seats along the walkway overlooking Dromana beach and create memorial plaques on them.
Others choose to have plaques on benches at Seawinds, a garden at the top of Arthurs Seat with views of the bay coastline.
This photo is taken at the main, middle level of the cemetery (entered from Arthurs Seat Road) where there are many children's graves.
I always feel especially sad here and find myself looking out to the view, far, far away!
Diaries of stone
To leave life before living
Young souls always young
P.S. In answer to Julie's question, the blue car on the left is actually a grave with children's toys and flowers inside the car.
There is also one grave that looks like a cot.
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