Todays Funerals

From 6th June services will be temporarily held at Woronora Lodge Chapel during the Chapel refurbishment, click here for more information

 

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  • Notices at Woronora Memorial Park

    Chapel Refurbishment

    Both Chapels will undergo restoration from June - October 2022. This means Chapel services will now be held at Woronora Lodge. Families will need to book an appointment to visit loved ones within the vicinity of the construction zone. For more information please visit Chapel Care.

  • Visitor Weather Warning

    Due to recent inclement weather, areas of our cemetery may be slippery and not to our usual standard. To ensure the safety of everyone on site some areas may be closed from time to time if they are identified as posing a greater risk and/or requiring extensive cleaning.  We encourage you to remain cautious and postpone your visit where possible.

  • Roman Catholic Lawns 2, 3 work

    There will be replacement of beams within Roman Catholic Lawns 2, 3. The work will be ongoing until completion (weather permitting etc.). If you have any questions please contact 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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