Prearranging a memorial for yourself or for your whole family ensures that you have a place where you can always be together, forever.
It's financially wise as you pay today's price and avoid inflation. Your requirements will be carried out at an agreed cost and your loved ones won't have the stress of making decisions on your behalf at a difficult time.
A burial memorial creates a permanent record of the burial site, which becomes a place where memories can be revisited, emotions explored, as well as a place where future generations can come to visit. The burial memorial options available at Newcastle Memorial Park include Headstone and Lawn Site memorials.
Newcastle Memorial Gardens is a beautiful, secure and peaceful environment where cremated remains can be placed forever. Family members and descendants can come here and reflect to celebrate the life of their relative or friend. At our park, the cremation memorial options include chair estates, gazebo, niche and rose garden memorials.
HeavenAddress is Australia's leading online memorial and tribute site. You can create an online memorial page where family & friends can post tributes, photos, videos and music to share with others who are also missing your loved one. It's a safe, secure and comforting online environment.
In this section Family Service Advisers have answered some of the most commonly asked questions around cremation, the cremation process, and what people do with the ashes after the cremation.
The Newcastle Memorial Gardens team firmly believes that the most important way they can be part of their local communities is to be informative, open and always available. Events throughout the year include Mother's Day and Father's Day memorials.
To protect the people of NSW from the evolving COVID-19 outbreak, the NSW government has introduced restrictions to all of regional NSW, effective from 5 pm Sunday 15 August 2021, funeral restrictions will go to a maximum of 10 people attending (excluding the people conducting the service). This must be the same 10 people for all aspects of the service – ie. viewing, funeral service, memorial service, burial or gathering afterwards.
Updated guidelines from the NSW Government advise that if people are travelling into or out of an LGA of concern for a funeral or memorial service, they need to be the spouse (including de facto), parent, child or sibling of the deceased. The same applies to people travelling into Greater Sydney and also those leaving Greater Sydney to attend a funeral or memorial service in Regional NSW. Please find the full details here NSW Government website Greater Sydney funerals.
All visitors including funeral directors and mourners either outside the chapels or at burial sites are expected to wear masks and strictly observe the 1 person per 4sqm rule.
Cemeteries are not required to close. Visits should be brief. View our COVID-19 FAQs for more information
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We have partnered with OneRoom to provide a video streaming option for family and friends who are unable to attend the service.
Newcastle Memorial Park is a place where the living can commemorate the lives of those who are important to them in an open and natural setting.
Keep up to date with our Park events and memorial services
Send a complimentary Father's Day message to Dad.
Please join us online at 10 am Sunday, 5th September for our Father's Day Service. This event is online.