Cemeteries and Crematoria Association

of South Australia

Welcome to the CCASA

The Cemeteries and Crematoria Association of South Australia (affectionately known as CCASA) is the unified voice of cemetery and crematoria managers in South Australia.

 

Founded in May 1978, CCASA promotes the maintenance, improvement and development of cemeteries and crematoria in South Australia. We also identify and promote best practice, governance and professional standards of ethical behaviour.

 

CCASA currently has 100+ members, representing more than 300 cemeteries, including Adelaide’s major cemeteries and those owned and operated by local and district councils, private operators and churches and parishes.

The Cemeteries and Crematoria Association of South Australia is an industry body for the cemeteries and crematoria industry in South Australia, with a strong record of 40 years of providing support to our members

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Membership

The Information Days are held over a two day period, and include the Annual General Meeting over a two day period. The program includes a wide-range of activities and speakers and provides an opportunity for the attendees to engage with their colleagues and industry specialists

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Information Days

CCASA supply legally prepared Plain English Statements in books of 50 triplicate pages, which can be ordered by downloading a Plain English Order form.

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Plain English Statements

Our Executive Team are all volunteers passionate about the cemetery and crematorium industry.

 

So who are they?

 

CCASA Executive

The CCASA provides advice and information to its members and the general public

 

The most common enquiries we receive can be found here

FAQs

The CCASA Cemeteries List details cemeteries and burial grounds across South Australia

List of Cemeteries

Cemeteries

Proud Sponsors of CCASA

OpusXenta

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Everlon Bronze

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Arrow Bronze

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Phoenix Foundry

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Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

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