Our preferred cremation provider is Harbour City Crematorium, as we believe they provide the most comprehensive service available. Each crematorium has different levels of facilities; we are careful to keep you fully informed of what the standards of each crematorium are.
Most cemeteries permit the placing of cremated remains into an existing grave. This is done in conjunction with the relevant council cemetery, and the person who owns the grave.
Most cemeteries have attractive commemorative areas in rose gardens, native shrub gardens, wall niches or other features. An inscribed plaque identifies the memorial position where the cremated remains have been placed. The memorial positions and plaques can be organised through the preferred cemetery.
The deceased may have expressed the wish for their cremated remains to be scattered somewhere that has significance for them and their family. Arrangements can be made to have cremated remains scattered as required.
A family may choose to keep the cremated remains for a couple of years. These can be kept in the urn provided or placed into a more decorative container. A wide variety of ceramic, timber and pottery urns are available.