Spoiler warning: If you’re not caught up on Game of Thrones, you should avoid this article for now. Many death details ahead.
If you’d like to pay your respects to all those who didn’t quite make it to the Iron Throne, there’s a graveyard for that.
To mark the eighth and final season of the beloved series, Australian cable TV company Foxtel, which streams HBO’s Game of Thrones in the country, has built a temporary graveyard in Sydney dedicated to the show’s fallen characters.
Located over 2,000 square meters of the city’s Centennial Park, the “Grave of Thrones” pays tribute to the thousands of deaths that we’ve had to endure over the seven seasons so far.
There are two family mausoleums for the many members we’ve lost, including one for House Stark from which we’ve lost Lord Eddard “Ned” Stark and his son Rickon, alongside Catelyn, Robb, and Talisa — all three murdered in the Red Wedding by Walder Frey’s men. There are also the names of the Direwolves we’ve lost — no, we haven’t forgotten you, Lady.
The other mausoleum honours the lost family members of House Baratheon, including King Robert Baratheon, killed suspiciously while hunting, alongside his children Myrcella, poisoned, and Tommen, who died by suicide.
Stannis, Lord of Dragonstone, killed by Brienne of Tarth, is also honoured, alongside his wife Selyse, who hanged herself after their daughter Shireen was sacrificed at the stake by her father, and youngest heir, King Renly, assassinated in his tent by a Shadow with Stannis’ face.
There’s sad tribute to House Tyrell, honouring Margaery, Loras, and Mace Tyrell, who were all killed by Cersei Lannister and Qyburn with wildfire during the fall of the Great Sept of Baelor, and Lady Olenna, offered a peaceful poison-drinking end by Jaime Lannister.
And there are thematically apt headstones for some of the series’ most infamous fallen characters.
King Joffrey Baratheon
Lord Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish
Sand Snakes, Nymeria and Tyene
Lysa Arryn, Lady Regent of the Vale
Prince Oberyn Martell, the Red Viper of Dorne
Lord Walder Frey
And finally, the deepest cut of them all…
If you’re in Sydney, you can pay your respects in Centennial Park from Friday, April 12 to Sunday, April 14, from 7am to 6pm. There’s a map to download at , and there’s also an audio tour with more detail about the symbolism on each grave.
Game of Thrones Season 8 begins April 24.