For over 35 years Simplicity Funerals has been giving Australian families a simple, practical, affordable yet respectful alternative to the services offered by other funeral providers.
Simplicity Funerals assists families in Penrith and the Greater Western Sydney suburbs of Emu Plains, Kingswood, Cranebrook, Werrington Downs, Jamisontown and Cambridge Park to plan and hold memorable, affordable funerals for loved ones.
Penrith is home to a largely Catholic and Anglican community, however we welcome families from all backgrounds and can help to arrange both religious and non-religious funerals.
You can find our new funeral home at 458 High Street in Penrith. Our new renovated facilities better meet the needs of all families and the local community. You can contact us directly using the contact details and map below:
458 High Street
Penrith NSW 2750
Whether you plan to farewell your loved one with a traditional church ceremony, or would prefer a more modern service in a place that holds special meaning for your family, Simplicity Funerals in Penrith can help to make the day a fitting tribute to their life.
Your choices for the funeral ceremony include:
Following the ceremony, your loved one can be buried or cremated at Pinegrove Memorial Park or buried at Penrith General Cemetery in Kingswood.
At Simplicity Funerals Penrith, we have:
The funeral home is conveniently located just a short walk from Penrith train station, and is easily accessible by both train and bus. There is parking for two cars available at Simplicity Funerals Penrith with more parking available along Station Street and other side streets. There are also three main carparks surrounding the funeral home which are timed.
Our funeral home can be accessible for visitors in wheelchairs and with other mobility aids by using our metal ramp.
The team at Simplicity Funerals Penrith are with you every step of the way, keeping you informed and guiding you through the arrangements as much or as little as you need.
What do you enjoy about your job?
What I enjoy about my job is helping and guiding families in this time of need. It is a difficult time for them and it is important to listen to their needs.
How long have you been location manager?
I have been a Location Supervisor since May 2017.
What do you enjoy in your spare time?
In my spare time I love spending time with my family and Church Group.
Are there any special community groups you work with or support?
I work very closely with PCYC Blacktown (Police Citizens Youth Clubs NSW), an organisation whose mission is empowering young people. I am also a Church Group Leader belonging to the Samoan Church.