Our Essential Service Fee incorporates the various tasks and services typically involved in arranging, planning and conducting a funeral, including

  • Arrangement Monday to Thursday during office hours by phone, email or at our offices.
  • Transfer of the deceased into our care within the Perth/Mandurah Metro area.
  • Respectful preparation and placing of deceased in a cotton garment.
  • Provision of Essential Coffin.
  • Liaise with Cemetery.
  • Viewing for up to 10 people for 45 minutes at our Cannington, Cottesloe, Dianella, Mandurah, Medina, or Perth locations with the appointment time at our discretion
  • Music – We are able to play background music only OR family is permitted to bring own music and device to play it on e.g. IPhone or IPad and a speaker.
  • Refreshments – Tea, coffee and biscuits – within the 45 minute viewing time.
  • Provision of support following the funeral including Trillion Trees Memorial Program.
  • Additional Costs

      • Cremation or Burial fees / permits
      • Doctors papers fee (only applicable if charged by the doctor)
      • Embalming – Optional

    Optional Costs – To obtain a quote on optional costs, please ask your Funeral Consultant

    • Cremation Urn

Not Included or Permitted

  • Arrangement at the client’s residence
  • A Service eg: Clergy, Celebrant, DVD/AV Presentation
  • Use of AV equipment
  • More than 10 People at viewing
  • Public notices
  • Attendance cards

Terms and Conditions

    • Payment in full 72 hours prior to identification or service or our services will be postponed
    • The Client must provide information a timely manner
    • Variations to any conditions will impact your service fee
    • Funeral Director not permitted to collect Ashes from Cemetery
    • Prepaid Funeral option available. Administration fee and Cemetery surcharge applies

"Everything went as smoothly as it could. Even in the remote area the staff were fantastic in every way. With last minute changes, staff were very obliging of our tradition 'Country Towns", where pallbearers follow the Hurst down the main street."

- Anonymous