Newhaven Funerals Mackay

Newhaven Funerals offers personalised funeral services across the Mackay, Whitsunday and Isaac regions. We understand that the death of a loved one is a life-changing event for any family, which is why we aim to make the funeral process as stress-free as possible.

Cremation is the preferred method of farewell in Australia and our cremation service provides both professionalism and dignity.

At Newhaven Funerals, we are committed to providing you and your family with a compassionate and dignifiedcremation service for your loved one.

Our team of professionals are proud members of both the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) and the Australian Funeral Directors Association (AFDA). We follow a code of ethics to ensure that our facilities, premises and staff perform at the highest standard.

For further queries, please don’t hesitate to contact our team. We would like the opportunity to assist you in this troubling time.

Why Choose Cremation?

Cremation is the preferred option for many in the Mackay area. Deciding whether to choose burial or cremation can be a difficult decision, especially if your loved one didn’t specify a preference.

Our cremation services are accompanied by a compassionate and personalised memorial service, allowing you to look back on your cherished memories and the time spent with your loved one.

If you have recently experienced a loss, please reach out to us to prepare your perfect goodbye

Choosing A Location

Choosing the right location for the cremation service is a big decision and there are some key factors to consider. Think about where the majority of family and friends are based and choose a location which is in travelling distance of everyone. Consider any religious or cultural traditions and incorporate this into the service. It is also important to honour any requests that your loved one made.

How To Choose A Loved Ones Final Resting Place

When you choose to have a loved one cremated, you must decide upon a final resting place for their ashes. There are many different options to choose from, allowing you and your family to work out what will be best.

You may wish to scatter the ashes in a special and significant place. Alternatively, you may want to bury the ashes to create a visiting place.

Other options including keeping the ashes or dividing them among the family. We recommend that you decide what you wish to do with the ashes before the funeral, as it can be a difficult decision to make.

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