Thinking about people's needs and purposes in holding a funeral is important. We think of the need to say goodbye, but also to affirm continuing bonds. We may consider the importance of the memories that help to define us. We may also seek to face the future with hope.

You are welcome to call us to discuss your needs any time on 5255 5500

Alternatively you may start by completing this form. The form allows you to pre-arrange your funeral, or arrange a funeral online.

 There are many choices, not limited to this document, so this may be a starting point towards a relevant and meaningful ceremony.

If you prefer, you can download a copy of the form as a pdf document which you can fill in and keep with your important documents. 

Download the Funeral Plans brochure.

Choose a Coffin or Casket 

Name *
Name
No characters
Date of birth
Date of birth
Suburb, Postal Code, Country
Date of arrival in Australia
Date of arrival in Australia
Only applicable if you migrated to Australia.
If applcable
Marital status
Full name of spouse *
Full name of spouse
Include family name at date of marriage
For subsequent marriages
Including maiden name
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Parents
Mothers full name
Mothers full name
Mothers maiden name
Mothers maiden name
Occupation or Home Duties
Fathers full name
Fathers full name
Primary occupation during working life
Record your funeral wishes
The following list will help when thinking about funeral preferences
Who should conduct the service or ceremony
Who should conduct the service or ceremony
What things are important to you?
Should family go to the graveside or cremation?
Often family decide not to go to the crematorium. This can apply to the burial as well. With the farewell ceremony complete at the one venue, people are able to comfort each other over refreshments.
Burial or cremation before or after the ceremony
Newspaper notice
Special tributes from
Special tributes from
Key contact person
Key contact person