Memorialisation options are influenced by religious and cultural traditions, costs and personal preferences. These factors help determine whether the memorial will be elaborate or simple, include religious symbols and where in the memorial park it will be located.
We celebrate the ethnic diversity of our community by offering a wide variety of options to meet the special religious and cultural traditions of families. Whether your family wishes to observe longstanding traditions, create new rituals, or blend both together, our staff can help.
Our philosophy of personal funeral planning also means we can tailor any specific funeral arrangements for any family's needs.
Whether your family wishes to personalise a memorial in the Catholic, Protestant, Buddhist or Hindu traditions, add Armed Service symbols or create something truly personal, there are many choices available when it comes to a memorialisation.
To meet the needs of Sydney’s Chinese Christian communities, Ga Fuk Log Yeun has been created to provide beautiful and respectful memorialisations that are true to the Christian tradition and, at the same time, are uniquely Chinese.
Created after extensive consultation with the community, Ga Fuk Log Yeun provides a place that reflects the needs of Chinese Christians set amidst the Australian landscape.
Ga Fuk Log Yeun hosts regular events such as moving Easter re-enactments and memorial services. Thanks to Ga Fuk Log Yeun’s connection to important Chinese Christian communities and ministries, these events are always authentic experiences that are sure to be remembered.
Chinese speaking memorial consultants are available to assist families and complementary, no obligation tours can be arranged.
Call (02) 9267 0130 to speak to one of Ga Fuk Log Yeuns’ specially trained memorial consultant to find out how to plan and prepare for an eternal memorial.
Ga Fuk Log Yeun by night at Castlebrook Memorial Park