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Arranging a Funeral

At Unity Funerals, we listen to you and arrange the type of service that you want - a service that reflects your wishes and beliefs.

We can make all of the necessary arrangements for burial, cremation, a vault or overseas repatriation. Our staff have experience arranging funeral services for the many religious and cultural traditions that are a part of our community.

At Unity Funerals, we can arrange any type of service, from a simple, intimate farewell to a large, formal service.

Some things to consider when arranging a funeral:

  • Burial or cremation
  • Church, chapel or graveside service
  • Clergy or celebrant
  • Viewing
  • Clothing, jewelry
  • Newspaper notices
  • Floral arrangements
  • Mourning car, limousines or bus
  • Pallbearers
  • Eulogies, readings and poems
  • Music - live or recorded
  • Service booklet, memorial cards
  • Photos, DVD presentation
  • After-service catering

A funeral service provides an opportunity for family and friends to come together and share emotions and memories, providing support through a difficult time.

The funeral service should be a reflection of your loved one’s life and beliefs.

The funeral service should give time to reflect, grieve and begin the healing process, while celebrating the life of your loved one and all they meant to you.


When a Death Occurs


Before The Service


The Service


After The Service

Arranging a Funeral

“Thank you for all that you have done in organising Xavier’s funeral. You were so caring and professional in this difficult time.”


"I wanted to acknowledge and thank you for your compassion that you showed my family at the time of Uncle Harry's death, and for your care and attention to detail in all aspects of the planning and the conduct on the day of his funeral. We are all very grateful."

Peter Salisbury

It is a day that I will remember for the rest of my life – with gratitude and contentment at a job well done. 


Steph Monahan