Tweed Heads Memorial Gardens

We remain committed to families and the community.

We are offering live streaming services and have organised our facilities in response to social distancing guidelines. The guidelines limit indoor funeral services up to 50 people indoors or outdoors (excluding clergy/celebrant and staff). The guidelines also limit 10 people visiting their loved ones at the park together.

Keeping everyone safe and respecting your loved ones is our priority.

We are here for you 24/7, please contact us on (07) 5524 2428.

 

 

 

Tweed Heads Memorial Gardens

A place of everlasting remembrance

 

 

Prearrange a Memorial

Prearranging a memorial for yourself or for your whole family ensures that you have a place where you can always be together, forever.

It's financially wise as you pay today's price and avoid inflation. Your requirements will be carried out at an agreed cost and your loved ones won't have the stress of making decisions on your behalf at a difficult time.

Cremation Memorial Options

Tweed Heads Memorial Gardens are a beautiful, secure and peaceful environment where cremated remains can be placed forever. Family members and descendants can come here and reflect to celebrate the life of their relative or friend. At Lakeside the cremation memorial options include chair estates, gazebo, niche and rose garden memorials.

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Community & Events

The Tweed Heads Memorial Gardens team firmly believes that the most important way they can be part of their local communities is to be informative, open and always available. Events throughout the year include Mother's Day, Father's Day and ANZAC Day services.

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HeavenAddress Online Memorials

HeavenAddress is Australia's leading online memorial and tribute site. You can create an online memorial page where family & friends can post tributes, photos, videos and music to share with others who are also missing your loved one. It's a safe, secure and comforting online environment.

COVID UPDATE

To protect the people of NSW from the evolving COVID-19 outbreak, the NSW government has introduced restrictions to all of regional NSW, effective from 5 pm Sunday 15 August 2021, funeral restrictions will go to a maximum of 10 people attending (excluding the people conducting the service). This must be the same 10 people for all aspects of the service – ie. viewing, funeral service, memorial service, burial or gathering afterwards.

Updated guidelines from the NSW Government advise that if people are travelling into or out of an LGA of concern for a funeral or memorial service, they need to be the spouse (including de facto), parent, child or sibling of the deceased. The same applies to people travelling into Greater Sydney and also those leaving Greater Sydney to attend a funeral or memorial service in Regional NSW. Please find the full details here NSW Government website Greater Sydney funerals.

All visitors including funeral directors and mourners either outside the chapels or at burial sites are expected to wear masks and strictly observe the 1 person per 4sqm rule. 

Cemeteries are not required to close. Visits should be brief. View our COVID-19 FAQs for more information

 

Due to ongoing restrictions and border closures our reception office is currently closed. The office closure has no impact on any of the upcoming funeral services. We are still available to support you via phone 07 5524 2428 or april.row@invocare.com.au.

We thank you for your patience and understanding at this time.

 

Funeral Webcasting

We have partnered with OneRoom to provide a quality video streaming option for family and friends who are unable to attend the funeral service. All that is needed is an internet connection and a device that can display video, and the email invite to access recording. 

Learn more

Cremation Memorial Options

Tweed Heads Memorial Gardens are a beautiful, secure and peaceful environment where cremated remains can be placed forever. Family members and descendants can come here and reflect to celebrate the life of their relative or friend. At Lakeside the cremation memorial options include chair estates, gazebo, niche and rose garden memorials.

View image gallery.

Prearrange a Memorial

Prearranging a memorial for yourself or for your whole family ensures that you have a place where you can always be together, forever.

It's financially wise as you pay today's price and avoid inflation. Your requirements will be carried out at an agreed cost and your loved ones won't have the stress of making decisions on your behalf at a difficult time.

News & Events

Keep up to date with our Park events and memorial services

Cremation Information

Funerals can seem like a complicated affair, and there is a lot to know about cremation. We've provided some information about what to expect from each step of the cremation process, as well as information about scattering ashes.

The Cremation Process

Cremation is an ancient death ritual and a modern alternative to a burial. Cremation is the preferred choice for some religions and is also considered to have less of an impact on the environment than a burial.

While most people understand the basic concept of a cremation, the modern cremation process is regulated and detailed with set steps to follow. In Australia, cremations take place at a crematorium. Any flowers or items that may interfere with the process are removed and staff ensure the correct procedures are followed. Learn more.

Scattering Ashes

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. Download (.pdf)