A recent article on 7news.com.au compared funeral costs from around Australia to find the cheapest and most expensive cities in Australia to hold a funeral service.
Comparison website Finder on Wednesday revealed its study into the cost of dying.
It analysed how much it cost to hold a burial or cremation ceremony from major funeral providers in each capital city, excluding Darwin.
The best news from this is Queensland is the cheapest state to have a funeral with Western Australia being the most expensive.
Brisbane was found to be the cheapest capital city in which to host a funeral with an average cost of $6,728.
Tim Connolly, Director of Newhaven Funerals a QLD family owned funeral director explains “the best way to secure against future funeral cost increases is to pre plan and pre pay your funeral in advance.
There are many benefits to this and most importantly you can make choices that a right for you.
This alleviates family members having to make difficult decisions when the inevitable event occurs”.
Newhaven Funerals have several funeral cost options available for you should you need advice or pre planning a funeral.
You can read the full story here
Comment by Tim Connolly – Newhaven Funerals
Tim Connolly – Funeral Director
Newhaven Funerals Brisbane & Gold Coast.
Growing up around funerals since the age of six allows Tim a unique understanding of how a family owned funeral business should be.
Since leaving school in 1992 Tim has been deeply involved in all aspects of operating their family owned business, including operating crematoriums, memorial gardens and pet cremation business.
Tim is always available to assist all clients with any request
Story source: 7news.com.au