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Planning A Funeral Has Never Been So Easy

Planning a funeral can be overwhelming, but our easy-to-use funeral planning tools can help you create a meaningful and personalised farewell for your loved one. With our services, you can:

  • Create a funeral plan that honours your loved one’s wishes and reflects their personality and life.
  • Appoint a funeral guardian to ensure your wishes are carried out and your loved ones are supported during this difficult time.
  • Select funeral music that sets the tone and captures the spirit of your loved one.
  • And much more, including assistance with online wills, health directives, obituaries, memorial services, and grief support.

Our goal is to make the funeral planning process as smooth and stress-free as possible, so you can focus on celebrating the life of your loved one.


How Much Do Funerals Cost?

According to the government's 'moneysmart.gov.au' website, the average cremation/funeral in Australia can cost between $4000 for a basic cremation to around $15,000 for an extravagant affair complete with casket, burial and flowers. Use our free and no obligation GET QUOTES service for cremation & funeral costs by location, service and price. Not all funeral directors are the same. A funeral director in Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide and Hobart might not be charging the same as the funeral director in Sydney or Melbourne. Make sure you shop around and ask for a breakdown of the prices before making the final choice. Select an Independent Funeral Director you can trust.

Cremation & Funeral Expenses Starting Price
Funeral directors fee $3,000
Coffin/casket $2,808
Headstone 2,107
Burial plot $1,773
Cremation fee $1,381
Cemetery/grave fees $1,146
Funeral catering $957
Removal of body $645
Funeral cars $634
Celebratory/gathering $623
Location of ashes $573
Burial plaque $570
Chapel/mosque/temple fee $554
Wake venue hire $478
Flowers $459
Clergy/Imam/Bufti fees $353
Live streaming $294
Memorialisation $272
Public death/funeral notice $239
Cremation certificate $165

*These prices are based on estimates only and will vary due to a number of factors in each State. We have tried to show the general starting price for these services. Source: Australian Seniors, 2023

A Funeral Planner that works for you

eziFunerals is committed to providing independent, fair and affordable funeral services.

  • We only work with the best Independent Funeral Homes.
  • We treat families with fairness, dignity and respect.
  • We help you manage the financial and emotional stress of purchasing a cremation, burial and memorial.
  • We support families all the way, saving you time and money.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Our Funeral Planning and Concierge Service helps consumers navigate to complex task of organising a funeral within three main time frames: Pre-planning, impending need, or immediate need. Read more: Funeral Planning and Concierge.

When someone dies you need to get a Medical Certificate of Cause of Death from a
doctor, register their death and choose a funeral director to arrange their funeral. The
funeral director in charge of the funeral arrangements will collect all the information
required for registering the death and send it to the relevant state or territory
government office. Read more: What to do when someone dies

You can arrange a funeral by choosing a funeral director who will help you organise all of the details. They can help you decide whether to have a cremation or burial and what type of service to choose, as well as additional options, such as music and flowers. You can find out what happens at a funeral and compare funeral directors on our Guides. Read more: Arranging a funeral

You can compare funeral directors in your local area on eziFunerals. eziFunerals features independent funeral directors, as well as information of funeral director services. You can search by town, city or postcode to find the best funeral director for you. Read more: How to find a funeral director?

The cost of a funeral can vary significantly depending on which funeral director you use and the type of services you choose. Different funeral directors can charge different amounts for the same service. So it pays to do your homework! Read more: Understanding funeral costs

According to the government’s ‘moneysmart.gov.au’ website, the average cremation/funeral in Australia can cost between $4000 for a basic cremation to around $15,000 for an extravagant affair complete with casket, burial and flowers. Make sure you shop around and ask for a breakdown of the prices before making the final choice. Read more: Compare funeral costs

When you cannot afford a funeral for a friend or relative who passed away and their assets will not cover their funeral costs, you may be eligible for government assistance. Read more: How to get help with funeral costs

A service to honour the life and legacy of a loved one that has passed away would be incomplete without funeral songs. Funeral songs are able to express how we feel about our loved one that passed away. Read more: Select your funeral music

A eulogy, or funeral speech, is an opportunity to pay tribute to someone who has died, by giving a short speech about their life and what they meant to you. It’s regarded as an honour to be asked to give a eulogy for a loved one or friend, and is a sign that you played an important part in that person’s life.  Read more: How to write a eulogy

After the funeral, acknowledgement of family and community is usually placed in a local or national newspaper after the funeral and is an opportunity for the relatives of the deceased to publicly thank people who have given them support and assistance. Read more: After the funeral

You can record your funeral wishes ahead of time before meeting with a funeral director. Attach it to your will, share your wishes with your family, appoint a funeral guardian, and make arrangements to cover your expected funeral costs and final expenses. Read more: Record your funeral wishes

Yes. If a loved one passes away and you think they might have purchased a prepaid funeral plan, but you can’t find any of the information, we may be able to help. Read more: Find A Lost Funeral Plan

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About eziFunerals

eziFunerals is an independent consumer advocate that provides you and your family with funeral planning and concierge services to help you deal with the funeral process. As an interested third party we are focussed on keeping your interests a priority. We do not receive commissions from funeral homes or other service providers in the industry.

If you need assistance with a simple funeral service or direct cremation for a loved one or yourself in the future, then we can help, wherever you live in Australia. We’re trusted by thousands of families each year, guiding them through the process of a dignified and simple funeral service anywhere, anytime. Our member Funeral Homes are chosen for their knowledge, quality, service, personalisation and experience. They go above and beyond, and will take the time to support the family.

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