Our commitment is to you.

  • We are a family owned & operated funeral business.
  • We are committed to delivering our services professionally with compassion and care.
  • We attend to all details personally.
  • We have faithfully served the families of Dungog Shire, Stroud & Surrounding Districts for many years.
  • We just may be able to help you as well.

Funerals, Memorials & Life Celebrations come in all manner of ways and places.

So if you are seeking a religious Funeral Service in a church, a Service in your own home or local hall, at a crematorium, at the graveside or no service at all, we can help you.

We are committed. We are passionate. We want to help you give your loved one an individual and memorable farewell.  

IMPORTANT COVID Update as per NSW Government Road Map 80% vaccination 18.10.2021

As of Monday 18.10.2021 the NSW Government Public Health Order will continue easing restrictions for people who are fully vaccinated.

Under the Public Health Order, the NSW government has updated regulations that all Funeral Services must adhere to.  

It is now a ‘reasonable excuse’ for any person who resides in The Greater Sydney Region to attend a Funeral in a Regional Area. 

 

WHAT THIS MEANS FOR FUNERALS IN NSW

Funerals will have no number cap.  Each church and/or venue will still be subject to the 4 square metre rule. We will keep families updated with venue restrictions and numbers allowed for each church and/or venue as required. If an unvaccinated person attends a funeral or memorial service the maximum number of people able to attend reverts back to 10.

 

VACCINATION STATUS

The Public Health Order does not prevent an unvaccinated person from attending a funeral or memorial service. However, if an unvaccinated person does attend the funeral or memorial service the maximum number of people able to attend is limited to 10.

The government has made us, as the organisers of the funeral, be responsible for checking each attendees’ vaccination status.

Each attendee will be required to provide proof that they are fully vaccinated or proof of their exemption from having to be fully vaccinated.  We cannot force attendees to provide proof of their vaccination status, however the NSW regulations state that failure to provide evidence that a person is fully vaccinated means they are not permitted to attend the funeral or they can attend but the funeral will be limited to 10 people.

 

Only the following three forms of evidence of vaccination (or medical exemption) are able to be accepted:

 

    1. A COVID-19 digital certificate displayed through the Medicare App, Service NSW App or equivalent smartphone wallet;

    2. Printed version of the COVID-19 digital certificate or immunisation history statement; and

    3. Successful completion of a Service NSW QR check-in that includes vaccination confirmation

 

FACE MASKS AND SOCIAL DISTANCING

Face masks and strict social distancing rules will remain in place and be mandatory for all indoor public venues.

 

SERVICE NSW QR CHECK-IN

Each person attending a funeral or memorial service will be required to Check-In using the Service NSW QR Code provided at each location.  If the funeral is conducted in two parts for example a Church service followed by a Burial you ARE REQUIRED to check-in at BOTH venues. Should QR Code check-in not be available at a venue you are required to provide your name and contact details.

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