Greenhaven Funeral Chapels and Venues

Greenhaven Funerals can offer you many options in regards to venues when you need to hold a funeral for a loved one. At the heart of Greenhaven Funerals service philosophy is ensuring we respect and honour our local community’s culture, faith and religion.  In doing so, we are also able to co-ordinate funeral services in the church or temple of your choice, liaising with the local clergy to co-ordinate all aspects of the religious service for your loved one.

Alternatively, you may wish to celebrate your loved one’s life in a unique venue such as a yacht club near the water, their local sporting club or perhaps an RSL.  Locations like the local town hall, your loved one’s favourite park, the beach, a restaurant or reception centre are also options to be considered.

For some, having a beautiful ceremony in the comfort of the family home or garden may be appropriate.  Creating an intimate and special ceremony that provides a unique touch to the funeral. We are able offer our client families access to over 12 beautiful, non-denominational cemetery chapels where we can hold a funeral ceremony for your loved one.

Inglewood Estate Chapel

All of these chapels are set in well established, elegant garden settings with parking for your guests and facilities for morning or afternoon tea if required. You are able to have a member of the clergy, a celebrant or family member conduct the ceremony – the choice is yours. All of the chapels have full audio and visual equipment so you are able to play music and enjoy digital tributes as part of the funeral service.  They are also considered a very affordable option when it comes to hiring a venue for the occasion of a funeral ceremony.

Full details of these chapels by location are detailed below. If you have any queries or would like to know more details about organising funeral events at any of these locations, please contact us directly via the contact page on our website or call us on (03) 9569 0534.

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5 Major Crematorium Chapels in Melbourne

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Lilydale Memorial Park

Lilydale Memorial Park was originally part of the Lilydale Cemeteries Trust, formed in 1863. Lilydale Memorial Park has a long and proud history of meeting the diverse and growing needs of the community. Throughout the park, indigenous fauna and flora have been preserved and integrated with themed garden areas. The result is a tranquil and natural environment.

Altona Memorial Park

Opened in January 1961, Altona Memorial Park is one of the more popular Altona funeral venues, providing a range of burial and cremation services. It is one of the most popular funeral venues in the to the western metropolitan region of Melbourne. The park is beautifully landscaped, offering a floral lawn cemetery and extensive memorial gardens.

Bunurong Memorial Park

Bunurong Memorial Park is a timeless and transformational landscape that will change your thinking about memorial parks forever. Created by the Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust, this is a unique Australian sanctuary that has to be experienced to be believed. Designed to respectfully honour and celebrate life within vast and vibrant native parkland…

Springvale Botanical Cemetery

The Springvale Botanical Cemetery Cemetery has magnificent, established gardens and water features which provide beautiful backdrops for their chapels and function rooms. The elegant function rooms are a short walk from their chapels and provide full on-site catering with staff, allowing family members to spend time with relatives and friends.

Fawkner Memorial Park

Recently refurbished in 2007, the Fawkner Cemetery chapels are world-class. At the forefront of technology, services in these chapels can be personalised to reflect your loved one’s life. The three chapels are non denominational and welcome people of all religions and cultures to use these tranquil spaces to mark the passing of a loved life among family and friends.

Greenhaven Funerals Pty Ltd is Trustee for the DFF Trust ABN: 66 133 072 721