Has a loved one passed away while overseas? Planning such a funeral can be even more stressful. Learn how you can honour your loved one.

Why Gravestone Maintenance Should Be Scheduled With Cemetary Restoration

9 September 2018
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Cemetery restoration is essential in keeping the site well kept. However, this service is not merely about keeping the grass even and attractive. Another vital element of restoration is routinely maintaining the gravestones. These gravestones do not just function to identify the final resting place of the deceased. They are also a tribute to the person's life. And with changing climatic conditions couples with ageing, the gravestones are bound to look decrepit with time. Read More …

Choosing a Grave Marker

22 March 2018
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Once you have made the funeral arrangements and placed the funeral notice in the paper, you will need to turn your attention to how you will mark the spot where your loved one is buried. When it comes to grave markers, there is a wide selection available. Read on to find out more about your options. A traditional headstone A traditional headstone is rectangular. It may have additional features such as curved edges or decorative engravings. Read More …

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Organising a funeral after an overseas death

My mum died last year when she was on holiday. It was a shock to us all because although she was 85 she was a very sprightly and with it lady up until the end. She ended up having a bad fall and hitting her head, and that was that. It was quite a fuss to get the body back to Australia and to organise the funeral. I didn't know where to turn and had trouble finding information online so I thought I'd start a blog. This site has some tips for other people trying to organise a funeral after an overseas death.