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Rokewood Cemetery is off Carrs Lane, 1.6 km north west of the Rokewood township, which is about 70 km north west of Geelong.
The cemetery was set up in the 1870s on approximately 5 ha.
Rokewood Cemetery contains a good example of Plains Grassland. The cemetery site contains a number of grassland species including Feather-heads, Billy Buttons and Sundews. The grassland area is regularly burnt for biomass removal every second summer to provide suitable conditions for the Button Wrinklewort, Rutidosis leptorrhynchoides.
The Rokewood Cemetery is of historical, social, architectural and scientific (botanical) significance to the Golden Plains Shire.