Mornington Peninsula Funerals is an independent, family-owned funeral home run by long-time locals offering exceptional and meaningful end-of-life services in diverse locations across our region.
We believe that every person is entitled to respect and dignity right through until their final farewell, regardless of what kind of funeral ceremony, if any, occurs. And we also understand that many people have a need, and the right, to know where their loved ones are.
Our Directors personally care for loved ones in our fully serviced clinical care facility in Dromana where families can visit at a time to suit them – whether it is during the week, or after hours; on a weekend or public holiday.
Mornington Peninsula Funerals services are personalised to celebrate the life that your loved one lived, in a style that suits you and your family.
Correct infection prevention procedures are a part of our normal routine. Mornington Peninsula Funerals is dedicated to keeping our team, and our clients, safe at all times.
Whilst we do certainly provide 'No-ceremony cremations', we are mindful that some families will always want to say goodbye in person.
For that reason, we accommodate small family farewells
at Bunurong Memorial
Park, Blairgowrie and Safety Beach yacht clubs, The New Atrium and the Rosebud Italian Club.
Home funerals are also available. Funerals are conducted observing the Government's Covid-19 infection prevention measures.
Live Streaming and recording services allow
extended family and friends to take part in the ceremony without being physically present.
Please feel free to call us anytime on 03 5982 0086 or 0490 603 344 for an obligation free chat. Latest news on funeral arrangements.
With social distancing robbing many people the opportunity to visit their elderly family members in their homes – and also changing the way funerals are being
conducted – many people are missing out on being able to say their personal farewells.
For the benefit of people who need that opportunity to say ‘goodbye’, to assist them through their grieving process, our practice of offering viewings in our Dromana premises can help. This option has been a part of our offering even with a 'No-ceremony' cremation or burial, and many families have valued this. Now, more than ever, we see the need for this rite.
During the current climate of Covid-19, to assist our community, Mornington Peninsula Funerals are offering this service to family members as an inclusion in our No Ceremony Cremation and Burial packages.
Please note: For non-urgent questions, we will be pleased to assist you by phone or via our email contact form. If your enquiry is urgent, we ask that you please call our 24 hr phone number 03 5982 0086 to ensure that we can assist you as soon as possible.
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It is beneficial for those left behind to have all the relevant factual information about the departed person and an understanding of their wishes.
Once completed, our booklet will provide answers to help guide family members and/or executors, along with the funeral director, to arrange a service that best fits the person who has passed away.
It includes space to document all details as legally required by The Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages.
Mornington Peninsula Funeral Directors can advise upon, and facilitate, all aspects regarding funeral arrangements.
We are available anytime to personally meet at your home, or our office in Dromana, for an obligation free chat.
To order your complimentary copy, please complete the order form and we will mail it to you today. Booklet size: A5.