Cremation & Burial

Locally owned by the Connolly Family since 1979

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Eco Memorial Park

Around 80% of Australians prefer the method of cremation to bid farewell to their loved ones.

The Connolly family, who operate Newhaven Funerals, own Eco Memorial Park Crematorium —which is a highly advanced and fully equipped modern facility with amenities including catering, air-conditioned chapel, internet live streaming, and well-maintained memorial gardens.

Our Own Crematorium

Our crematorium offers a calm, soothing, and peaceful environment with natural Australian bushland and trees surrounding the area.

To ensure minimal impact on the environment, we use state-of-the-art equipment such as computer-controlled exhaust and secondary chambers, which treat gases within the machine and expel it as clean air.

The cremated remains are processed and either returned or memorialised in an urn within 72 hours.

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Can We See the Facility?

You can request to view the facilities we offer before signing up for the funeral process. Our crematorium is open to public visits and all funeral directors. You can also ask to witness the cremation.

We take pride in the superior level of service quality we offer.

What About Burial?

All the main cemeteries nowadays are lawn or monumental. Lawn graves are where a plaque is inscribed into a small block of concrete that is then set in the lawn. This method is easier to maintain and aesthetically tidy as well.

A monumental cemetery is made up of headstones and elaborate monuments.

Cemeteries remove all the flowers on a predetermined day of the week, which is vital to maintaining the area appropriately. Except for during and immediately after the burial, there is a dedicated place for flowers. All the flowers should be placed in the prescribed receptacles to ensure uniformity and prevent breakages.

You may also purchase a cemetery plot.

Contact our funeral directors at Newhaven Funerals for Gold Coast, Logan or Brisbane cremation and burial costs; or simply contact your local council directly to purchase a burial plot.

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Want to
Learn More?

To learn more about the cremation process click here.

To find out more about natural burial, click here.

You can contact us anytime.

You might find our article on ‘Why Cremations Are the Preferred Funeral Option’ of interest when planning a funeral.