Sydney is an attractive city and its finest amenity is its coastline.
Even the deceased can lie within sight of the sea, and for the bereaved, visiting loved ones can be an uplifting experience.
Waverley Cemetery is lies in the south-east of the city, in a suburb called Bronte (sic, without a diaeresis) not far from Bondi Beach on a magnificent cliff-top site.
It’s a classic example of a Victorian commercial cemetery, funded by the sale and maintenance of burial plots, established in 1877.
And unlike British municipal cemeteries, it’s financially supported by an independent sinking fund to insulate it from the vagaries of public-authority finances.
As such it continues to provide a service and pay its way: http://www1.waverley.nsw.gov.au/cemetery.