A funeral specialist with over 40 years’ experience

Prepaid Funeral Plans

Plan for the Inevitable

Prepay or pre-arrange your funeral today.

We are happy to come and discuss a future funeral service. In the comfort of your home or our funeral office one of our family members will come out and you will be able to see caskets flowers all cemetery and crematorium options so that you can have the funeral service exactly how you want it.
The benefits of pre-organising your funeral service is as follows:*

  • Paying at todays Prices
  • Being able to have the choice to have the funeral service exactly how you would like it
  • Lessen the Burden on your loved ones
  • Being able to get on with enjoying life that when you pass all will be arranged for you
  • Peace of Mind

We offer the Australian Friendly Society Funeral bond.  We also have a three year interest free plan to paying your prearrange funeral services.  Call and arrange for a free consultation today.  Conditions apply (this is paid over 36 months by direct debit directly paid to the Australian Friendly Society).

  • Please note prepaying cemetery and crematorium should be prepaid to the crematorium and cemetery of Choice. We can arrange at time of consultation.
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