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No care. The unlandmarked cemetery is located in the Pilbarra of Western Australia on flat land. Reached by turning directly off a public road, access is with key via a locked gate and continuous metal picket fence. The sign in English reads: The Roebourne General Cemetery.
One gravestone dates from 1924. The twentieth century stone gravestone with English inscription is in original location but broken and toppled.
Adjacent properties are housing. Visits to the Jewish grave are very rare. The site has been vandalized. No current care. No threats. The vegetation overgrowth in the cemetery is no problem. Water drainage at the cemetery is good all year. There is only one burial in the Jewish Section. However, the whole cemetery was very much vandalised. Eventually, the Shire of Roebourne erected a high metal picket fence with solid lockable gates. It was too late for the Jewish grave as the headstone has been broken off and has disappeared leaving only the concrete base of the grave. Source - Survey by Warren and Brenda Austin [January 2006]