It's hoped that new signage for a cemetery in the Cook Islands will cement its historical significance, but there's a need for more help with the cemetery's upkeep.
The Nikao Cemetery is on crown land in Rarotonga opposite the airport and houses the graves of ANZAC soldiers, cancer patients, expats and tourists.
But the site is prone to erosion with many graves having been damaged or washed away by the sea, and there's always weeds.
The mother of Australian based volunteer Cate Walker was buried there after a bout of cancer.
Ms Walker told Sara Vui-Talitu she's pleased with the news signs.