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  • Updates at Woronora Memorial Park

    GL6 and Roman Catholic Lawns 1, 2, 3 work

    There will be replacement of beams within GL6 and Roman Catholic Lawns 1, 2, 3. The work will be commencing from May 17th 2021 and ongoing until completion (weather permitting etc.). If you have any questions please contact 02 9545 4677.

  • Centenary Court Renovation

    The renewal of Centenary Court, will offer peaceful and beautiful gardens, water features, planter boxes, and new seating for visitors

    Between the weeks of June 14th and July 16th access will be restricted. Visitation will be permitted to the outside Garden Walks via appointment only.

  • Price Increase Notice

    SMCNSW is awaiting confirmation of price increases scheduled to take place on 1st July, 2021. The new sales prices will be available on our website within the coming weeks.  If you would like to have a further understanding prior to the new sales prices being made available, please contact us on 02 9545 4677.

Planning a funeral

Funerals are a time to gather, remember and celebrate a person’s life and loves, an important part of the grieving process. These special ceremonies can be elaborate, simple and as personalised as you choose.

How to plan a funeral

Not sure where to start? To make it easy, here are three steps to follow to help you plan the funeral and create a fitting tribute.

Memorialisation

Today, many people choose to scatter the ashes of their loved one in a place that may have had great meaning for them. For others, somewhere beautiful that touches the heart is part of the ritual of saying goodbye.

Coping with loss

Everyone grieves in different ways and at different times. It’s important to talk with your family and a grief counsellor can also help you through a difficult and traumatic time. Visit our ‘Coping with loss’ page for more information and links to support and mental health groups.

How to plan a funeral

Not sure where to start? To make it easy, here are three steps to follow to help you plan the funeral and create a fitting tribute.

Memorialisation

Today, many people choose to scatter the ashes of their loved one in a place that may have had great meaning for them. For others, somewhere beautiful that touches the heart is part of the ritual of saying goodbye.

Coping with loss

Everyone grieves in different ways and at different times. It’s important to talk with your family and a grief counsellor can also help you through a difficult and traumatic time. Visit our ‘Coping with loss’ page for more information and links to support and mental health groups.

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Whether you need help arranging the special memory of a loved one or need to speak to one of our experienced team members, please reach out and let us know.
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