Barmera, South Australia

Barmera - Barmera was established as a soldier settlement and fruit growing area after World War 1.  The name Barmera derives from the Aboriginal word, Barmeedjie, meaning Lake.  Barmera is an Administrative centre for the Berri Barmera Council, which includes the towns of Barmera, Berri, Cobdogla, Glossop, Loveday, Monash, Overland Corner and Winkie.


  1. St Francis Xavier Catholic Church (corner Langdon Tce and Joyce St)

  2. St Paul Lutheran Church (19 Fowles St)

  3. Uniting Church (80 Nookamka Terrace)


  1. Barmera Cemetery (McKenzie Road, Barmera)
    Headstone List (Australian Cemeteries)
    Barmera (Ozburials)
    Barmera Cemetery (German Headstones)
    Cemeteries (Berri-Barmera Council)

  2. Upper Murray Garden of Memory (McKenzie Road, Barmera)
    Headstone List (Australian Cemeteries)


Barmera (Wikipedia)

River Murray Towns: Barmera (SA Memory)

Berri Barmera Council (Wikipedia)

Berri Barmera Council