Need a funeral director?
What to do when someone dies
A family member or medical practitioner will need to notify a funeral director for transportation of the deceased. Department of Health regulations require this to take place as soon as possible—that’s why we offer a 24-hour service.
If you are the executor of a will or next of kin, you will need to consider the following:
- The existence of any insurances, superannuation, pre-paid funeral arrangements or a burial plot
- Notifying the bank
- The departed’s wishes in relation to funeral arrangements.
You can rely on us to handle all your arrangements.
What we do
We handle all of the legalities, advise you of your options and manage all practical aspects associated with organising a funeral.
We will take care of the following:
- Transportation & preparation of the body
- Collection of medical certificate
- Registration of the death
- Preparation of the body
- Viewing for immediate family members & friends
- Death notices on behalf of the family
- Funeral arrangements including flowers & audiovisual equipment
- Graveside & headstone
- Cremation (if required)
Your options for planning a funeral service
Graveside or Cremation