HISTORIC gates and a fence at White Hills Remembrance Park have been restored, preserving the goldfield cemetery's links deep into the past.
The cast iron fence and gates were designed by influential goldfields architect William Vahland.
They date to 1881.
Remembrance Parks Central Victoria completed the works after receiving a number of grants from the state government.
Employment agency WDEA partnered with Remembrance Parks to refurbish the cemetery's rotunda over the past year.
Built in 1898, the Victorian style rotunda is one of the enduring pieces of historical architecture at the site, RPCV chief executive Dean McElroy said.
"WDEA provided around 12 team members throughout the project to sand, strip, and paint this beautiful historic rotunda," he said.