Cremation Service in Melbourne

Cremation is a popular choice in Australia, with over 60% of people opting to be cremated. Our compassionate, family focussed team carefully monitor the whole cremation process, working closely with family members to ensure it runs smoothly. We can assist you with planning a memorial or funeral service as soon as a death certificate is issued. To apply for a cremation you also need to provide a statutory declaration.

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Why are More Australians Opting for Australian Direct Cremation Services?

  • Arrangements are then made for a non-attendance Cremation Funeral to take place.
  • Once the Crematorium makes the ashes available, we return them to you and your family.
  • At this stage, you can decide to make your family’s own arrangements.

Cremation is increasing in popularity as the cost of a burial continues to grow. While almost all Funeral Directors will offer Cremation services, there are differences between providers. Some Funeral Directors offer packages known as basic cremations or a 'direct cremation'. Others offer cremation as part of a comprehensive funeral package, including a memorial service and viewing

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Cremation services

Do you require a cremation service? Well, you have come to the right place. We have partnered with some of the best independent funeral directors who provide fair, affordable and cheap cremation services

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How much does a funeral cost in Australia?

Planning a funeral can be tough. But whether you're preparing your own service or arranging one for a relative, knowing the costs involved is an important first step.

How much does a funeral cost in Australia?

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As a guide:

According to the government's Moneysmart website, private funerals typically cost somewhere in the region of $4,000 for a basic cremation up to $15,000 for a more elaborate burial.


What do I do with the ashes after the cremation?

This is a personal choice, but memorialisation is an important part of the grieving process and provides a connection for friends and family as well as for future generations. Memorialisation can include a niche wall or garden or placement within a family grave. Some families choose to divide the ashes to keep at home as well as creating a permanent tribute at the cemetery.

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