Some people are unclear about what a funeral director offers when arranging a funeral? Many are overwhelmed by practical, legal and financial decisions that have to be made during this time. Read more

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Service Booklets

Order of Service BookletsA funeral order of service booklet shows the order of the funeral service including readings, verses, poems, songs and photos that comprise a funeral service. This keepsake is given to guests before the service and can be 4, 8 or 12 pages.

Create your own booklet for us to print or we can create and print the booklet for you. Visit Website

Photo Slideshows

Starting at $45 and in 1 hour, Tribute Presentations create breathtaking DVD photo sideshow presentations showing an overview of a loved ones life.

Family and friends always appreciate sharing in this moving slideshow presentation experience. Visit Website


Some chapels and halls don't have televisions to display a personal tribute dvd and that's where we can help.

Tribute Presentations have big screen LCD TV's for hire. Perfect for venues which have a lot of lightVisit Website

Projector Hire

This option is perfect for venues with minimal light. Too much light and the image being projected appears faded.

We arrive early to ensure the equipment is adjusted to suit the environment. All we need is power supplyVisit Website


Funeral Service DVD ONLY $330. Ready immediately after the service. Convenient, no need to wait!

Becoming more and more popular is the Videography of funeral services. Families are able to watch this significant keepsake whenever they want to. We discreetly video the funeral/memorial service, capturing the prayers, songs, readings and eulogies. Visit website for more detailed information. Visit Website

Funeral Products & Services

The Melbourne Online Funeral Directory is a one stop online directory for all your funeral needs. The directory lists businesses in Melbourne and Country Victoria who provide products and services you may require when arranging a funeral.

Remember to also check for other services you may need to pay tribute to a loved one, which you might not think about initially, like who is going to do your loved ones photo presentation? Will I use an alternative hearse, like a Harley Motorcycle or a conventional hearse or will I opt for a limousine? Will I choose a coffin or casket for my loved one?

These questions and more need to be addressed before you can even begin to organise a funeral. A funeral director will help you with all the decisions that you need to make.

The Funeral Directors Role

Some people are unclear about what a funeral director offers when arranging a funeral. Many are overwhelmed by practical, legal and financial decisions that have to be made during this time.

Once a person dies and the doctor has been notified, the next person to call is your funeral director.  Most funeral directors are available at any hour of the day or night, every day of the year to assist you in this time of need.

The funeral director provides every required service to the bereaved and arranges the transfer of the deceased. Generally a funeral director is entrusted with all the arrangements as directed by you and at a cost acceptable to you.
Funeral directors cater to the needs of all sections of the community, religious, secular, in a variety of venues and preferred formats.

Funeral Directors will assist families to understand the costs relating to various funeral selections and all aspects of the funeral will be agreed, documented and carried out so that there will be no misunderstandings or disappointment. read more

Catering to All Cultures

Australian cities are some of the most culturally diverse cities in the world and the need to provide Ethnic and specialist funeral services to meet the unique needs of our community should be available from a single website.

There are several important decisions to make including whether you would like a burial or cremation, if the service will be private or open and where it will be held.

There is a perception that funerals need to be undertaken quickly after the person's death. However, when to hold the funeral is a decision you and your family can make in consultation with the Funeral Director. The timing of a funeral can be arranged to fulfill almost any personal, religious or cultural requirement. A funeral can be as simple as necessary to comply with the required laws or quite elaborate. read more

Writing A Eulogy

To begin your funeral service eulogy follow the steps listed below.

Note down as many personal notes about the person you are writing the eulogy for as possible. Search through photo albums to remind you of important qualities and memories of the person who passed away.

Keep in mind that a eulogy is your personal thoughts and remembrances from your point of view. You may want to ask co-workers, friends and others for their stories and memories, remember to try and keep your eulogy broad.

You should see some repetition in your notes and this will lead to the main theme. read more


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