Tranquil lakes, perfumed gardens and lawns give a sense of calm and support a peaceful reﬂection. For over 50 years the Garden of Remembrance has provided Toowoomba with the most outstanding facilities to celebrate and remember loved ones.
Here amongst 35 acres of wide and open space, we offer an extensive range of services, including burial and cremation, memorials and plaques.
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.
A burial memorial creates a permanent record of the burial site, which becomes a place where memories can be revisited, emotions explored, as well as a place where future generations can come to visit. There are a variety of burial options available at Toowoomba Garden of Remembrance.
Toowoomba Garden of Remembrance is 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. There are a variety of cremation memorial options available at Toowoomba.
Toowoomba Garden of Remembrance works closely with our local community. We many memorial services throughout the year including Mother's Day, Father's Day and child memorial services. These services offer families a place to reflect, remember and honour the memory of those we have lost.
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.
In this section Family Service Advisers have answered some of the most commonly asked questions around cremation, the cremation process, and what people do with the ashes after the cremation.
Funerals can seem like a complicated affair, and there is a lot to know about the differences between a burial and a cremation. The type of service you choose will impact on the process as well as on what kind of memorial options will be available. We've provided some information about what to expect from each step of the burial or cremation process, as well as information about scattering ashes.
Burial is a time-honoured method of committing a loved one’s remains. Today, burials must comply with relevant state, federal and local regulations to ensure they are performed in the interests of public health and to community expectations. Each burial requires a Burial Confirmation Form, which your funeral director will complete for you, or assist you to complete.
In this section we also talk about what goes on during each step of the process before, during and after a burial service. Learn more.
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 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)