After someone has been cremated there are a range of ways they can be memorialised within Mt.Thompson Memorial Gardens, a beautiful, secure and peaceful environment where cremated remains can be placed forever. Here family members and descendants can come and reflect and celebrate the life of the relative or friend.
Our memorial options range from a simple rose garden to a traditional wall niche, or a family memorial garden in our natural setting. Whatever your choice we can help you tailor the memorial to reflect the needs of each individual and family. You can view examples of the cremation memorial options in the photo gallery below.
Scattering the ashes of a loved one has become very popular in Australia. However, choosing the right location is important as a lasting memory in the future. Very often people choose to scatter ashes in a location that was special to their loved one, but over time such places may change or even be built upon, changing the location and with it the memory.
Creating a memorial in a special place helps keep the memory alive beyond the funeral service. Memorials give families and friends a tangible source of comfort, and are an everlasting place to come and remember your loved one. In a memorial park, ashes can be placed without fear of the location changing.
With its own chair for quiet reflection, this family memorial is the perfect place. Personalise through the selection of finish, plants and inscriptions.
A small individual garden built around a gazebo. A range of granite colours available and a bronze vase can be placed permanently in each garden.
A living memorial is a popular choice. A colourful range of fragrant roses are available. A bronze plaque set on a granite base marks the memorial.
A traditional cremation memorial available in a variety of finishes and choices of plaques. Single & family niches available.
A bronze container with a plaque for ashes and a momento.
A personal garden designed with your choice of plaques, photos, and plants making it special for each family.
An alternative to collections and self-scattering of ashes - an innovative way to provide a connection for families to the place of scatter and memorialisation. Looks out over the natural bushland area.
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