Let Me Lend a Helping Hand

It’s difficult to know what to do when the day comes, no matter how well prepared (or not). 

I’m With You Every Step of The Way

From initial thoughts to planning



Burial & Cremation

Funeral Services

Grief Support

Cremation Services

Would you like me to recommend someone?


Feel free to ask me any questions at all


How to inform guests, where they are coming from


Where would you like your service held?

On the day

What will happen? How you can prepare. I’m well versed with any technology needed, for example live streaming

Grief & Healing Support

It can be a very difficult time for many. Kindness and understanding go a long way. There is no rush.

Please look at this video of a service I recently conducted. Made available by kind permission of the family.  Hazel

Everything You Need In One

There is room for any request

Arrangements Conference


Burial/Cremation Planning

Funeral Service

Transportation Service


Everything can be pre-arranged as your wish so there are no surprises on the day

Online Planning

Easy Consultations

Pre Funding

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Frequently Asked Questions 

Basic Information

What is a funeral celebrant?

A funeral celebrant is a person who is responsible for leading, planning, and conducting funerals and other end-of-life ceremonies. They are responsible for choosing the services, music, and readings, as well as ensuring that the ceremony meets with the wishes of the deceased and their family.

What qualifications are needed to be a funeral celebrant?

In Australia, funeral celebrants must hold a Certificate IV in Funeral Celebrancy. This course covers topics such as death and dying, funeral services, legal requirements, and professional responsibilities. It also covers aspects of communication, counselling, and delivering a eulogy.

What are the responsibilities of a funeral celebrant?

A funeral celebrant in Australia is responsible for planning, organizing, and guiding funeral services. This includes choosing the type of service, selecting readings, music, and poems, as well as managing the ceremony itself. The celebrant is also responsible for organizing and completing all necessary paperwork, such as death certificates and burial permits.

Service Info

What is the cost of hiring a funeral celebrant?

The cost of hiring a funeral celebrant in Australia can vary depending on the type of service and the specific celebrant. Generally, you can expect to pay several hundred dollars for a basic funeral service. Additional services may incur additional fees.

What Our Families are Saying

“Hazel was wonderful and anticipated problems every step of the way”


“Thank you so much for your careful attention to detail on the way. We very much appreciated this”


“I highly recommend Hazel as a funeral celebrant. You won’t be disappointed.”


Let Me Lend a Helping Hand