Marking a Loved One’s Death Anniversary

Grief is full of milestones. The first birthday after the loved one dies. The first Christmas, Mother’s or Father’s Day. All these occasions remind us of who we’ve lost. So, it’s no surprise that many fear the arrival of the death anniversary. How to get through the day? For some people, the day is the... Read more

Prepay your funeral with Guardian Plan for peace of mind and avoid inflation

Guardian Plan is a prepaid funeral plan which enables you to prepay selected funeral services for tomorrow’s funeral at today’s prices. Why prepay with Guardian Plan? Guardian Plan is an Australian funeral plan. For more than 20 years Guardian Plan has been working with some of Australia’s best-known funeral homes, including Australian Heritage Funerals. Guardian... Read more

How to have a meaningful conversation about death with a child

It can be a challenging time for a child to lose someone close to them. Discussing death can be a real concern and many tend to avoid it, however, it is our responsibility to ensure our children are aware of it and know it is okay to talk about it, since death is an inevitable... Read more

Remembering your father on Father’s Day

When your father dies you can be swamped by all sorts of mixed emotions – you’ve lost his presence and attention, perhaps the security, advice or moral support he gave, or his place in the family that was strong and dependable. You might feel vulnerable, alone, and just miss him. His age, how he died,... Read more

Questions you may have about Funerals in the Current Environment

Are you still open during the pandemic? Yes, we certainly are open and committed to helping families farewell their loved ones respectfully and within the current government guidelines. We are continuing to operate 24/7 to serve our families during this time. The health, safety and well being of the families we serve and our team... Read more

Handling the grief of losing a loved one

Spread the love Grief is expressed in many ways and it can affect every part of your life; your emotions, thoughts and behaviour, beliefs, physical health, your sense of self and identity, and your relationships with others. It often even involves physical problems, including: Fatigue Nausea Lowered immunity Weight loss or weight gain Aches and... Read more

How many people can attend the funeral?

Spread the love   The updated guidelines, limit attendees of funeral services in Queensland. The new directive for both Indoor and Outdoor Services, (not Wakes and similar gatherings) will allow for a maximum of 100 people (including Celebrant and funeral staff ) with no more than 1 person per 4 square metres. Total 100 people.... Read more