Step inside the quiet corridors of Centenary Court and find yourself in a gracious, open-aired piazza with simple and discreet niche walls. A water feature and dappled light makes this a lovely place to visit.
Gymea lilies stretch their massive, flame-red flowers skywards, while rosemary bushes offer a traditional symbol of remembrance. Tranquil gardens, with a gentle water feature for all to enjoy.
Take a stroll through our picturesque gardens overlooking superb Australian native shrubs and trees. Attracting a rich variety of birdlife, this is a beautiful tribute and wonderful way to keep memories alive.
Nestled amongst the rose garden you will find the elegant and understated Granite Circle Gardens. Surrounded by Australian flora you can be completely immersed in a relaxed natural environment.
With more than 10,000 roses on show, this is a wonderful place to visit regularly. Garden walk positions allow family and friends to reflect on loved ones with a small plaque that lies beneath a favourite rose.
Native and tropical flora forms a lush, calming backdrop for reflection on the Serenity Walk. On a gentle slope, paths wind their way around frangipanis and palms, while great gums reach toward the sky.
The Henry Kendall Gardens provide year-round colour and fragrance, with both roses and other flowering shrubs. Named after an Australian bush poet, well known for his love of the natural environment.
Our Doorway of Hope is unlike anywhere else in Australia; a peaceful, calm way to commemorate a loved one, whether missing for months or years.
Set in a private, beautifully landscaped garden.
Inside Centenary Court, you may choose to have one of our calligraphers inscribe details of your loved ones into the Book of Remembrance, including dates of importance and the date of their passing.