The gates are looking tremendous at St Saviours Cemetery.
The cemetery, which was once in a horrible state, has improved drastically thanks to a $1000 grant from the Veolia Mulwaree Trust and a couple of other generous donations.
Gardening group, Cemetery Friends, from Goulburn's Historic Cemeteries is the mastermind behind the plans of making the cemetery better.
Cemetery Friends member Heather West said they had the front gates repaired with the help of Greg O'Neill from G and D O'Neill Painting and Decorating.
"We're so grateful he donated materials and his time to rust, treat, repaint the gates and paint the existing lettering in gold paint," Ms West said.
"However, the hinge on the gate wasn't up to scratch, so we're repairing that now."
Ms West said Justin Kell from LandTeam also helped out with the cemetery by donating a survey of the cemetery.
"He got permission from Corrective Services to use a drone to take an aerial photo of the cemetery," she said.
"We've put names on every grave so you will be able to see it on the photo."
The next step for Cemetery Friends is to put the photo on a metal sign which will be placed near the gate.
Meanwhile, parts of the funds from Veolia were used towards buying poison for the tree of heaven, the biggest in the cemetery, which has been affecting a lot of the graves.
A lot of things have changed for the better at the cemetery in the past four months.
"We have gotten rid of a lot of the weeds and now a third of the graves look very tidy," Ms West said.
"We've kept the mowing under control as well thanks to the help of Goulburn Mulwaree Council."
Cemetery Friends are looking for volunteers to help with the beautifying of the cemetery.
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