Penrith, NSW

Our caring funeral directors serve the communities of Emu Plains, Kingswood, Cranebrook, Werrington Downs, Jamisontown and Cambridge Park. For affordable packages and respectful service, call us 24/7.

We're here for you 24/7.

458 High Street
Penrith NSW 2750
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24/7 Phone
02 4721 7776

Mon-Fri: 8.30am - 5.00pm
Sat-Sun: by appointment

Street parking is available along High Street, and the closest parking lot is Judges carpark (enter via Station Street) and take a short walk through Broadwalk Arcade to High Street. We are also easily accessed by public transport

We have everything you need

Our funeral home is a comfortable and welcoming space for families to gather to arrange a funeral.

Other local options

Wherever you decide to hold the funeral service in a church or a place that held special significance to your loved one, our team will help you arrange a service that celebrates your loved one’s life.

Meet Lindsay.

Lindsay joined the industry three years ago. Before joining the industry, she worked as a Salon Co-ordinator, a Travel Agent and a Guests Relations Officer. Lindsay is a bit of a foodie, and you'll find her exploring new restaurants in her spare time.

What do you like about being a funeral arranger?

What I love about this job most of all is the feeling of making a difference in people's lives and helping them through a very daunting process.

The colleagues I work with are also very supportive and caring of one another.

What's one thing people don't know about you?

Something not many people will know is that I've Skydived.

I'm passionate about travelling and encourage everyone to do the same. At 21, I took six months off to travel to Australia from the UK, bought an old VW Campervan and travelled around Australia. I loved every minute!

My favourite destination, of many was the Caribbean and Dubai and next on my list is Hawaii and Italy.

What's the most remarkable funeral you've ever arranged?

My very first one was the most memorable. The lady loved to dress up and dance. Everyone attending wore silly glasses and left the chapel dancing down the aisles.

If you’re ready to begin, you can give us a call and we’ll help you get started.