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Why Choose Generation Funerals

At Generation Funerals, we recognise that a funeral is an important way for families and communities to celebrate the life, culture and interests of those we have loved.

Assisting your family with arranging a funeral, requires the input of a team of caring, creative and professional staff and often involves many days of preparation and planning, as well as several hours of involvement from a number of staff on the day of the funeral itself.

We are committed to guiding you through this difficult time and trust our service and care meets your expectations of us. Whether it be pre planning, pre payment or at need we are always here for you and your family.

In order to provide you with the best advice possible and ensure that a funeral meets your individual needs and family requirements, we strongly recommend that you discuss your funeral needs with one of our professionally trained staff.

This can be achieved by meeting with one of our caring Professional Funeral Planners, at one of our conveniently located offices or in your home with no obligation or cost, Telephone to our Funeral Advice Line: 1300 011 725.

Our Care Charter

To facilitate meaningful ways for families to grieve their loss and celebrate the memories of their loved ones; through providing respectful and affordable funeral, cremation and memorialisation services in a comfortable environment, always striving to exceed the expectations of each family we serve.

To provide correct and helpful information, options, and guidance with the highest level of competence, courtesy and compassion. It is our goal to help make the time as meaningful as possible to reflect the individual’s life. We will be the market leader in the facilitation and creation of meaningful funeral experiences. To provide industry leadership through staff education, development and community focus.

INTEGRITY: conducting all dealings in an open and honest manner and in accordance with the code of conduct. Give as much time and attention to customers’ needs.

TRUST: nurture customers needs and understand that everyone deals with death in different ways.

RESPECT: customer’s religious and cultural beliefs. Respecting the deceased and their wishes in care and presentation.

ACCOUNTABILITY: to be accountable in all dealings with clients by providing prompt attention, taking responsibility for our actions and complete processes within an appropriate timeframe.

HONESTY: is to be gained through openness to customers. All communications are to be clear and concise. Where appropriate all dealings are in writing.

VALUE: Providing affordable products and services that offer value whilst offering a wide range of options to suit customer’s budgets while still providing care & respect.

EDUCATION: Educate community and dispel myths about death and the funeral industry.

  • At all times ensure that our conduct is of a professional standard and in keeping with our profession as funeral director.
  • At all times try to exceed customer expectations and provide a high standard of services at a reasonable and realistic cost
  • At all times maintain the privacy and confidentiality of the deceased and family members.
  • To respect personal choice and to have the greatest respect for the clients religious beliefs and cultural practices.
  • At all times ensure that deceased persons and family members of the deceased are afforded the utmost decorum.
  • To provide information concerning the range of services available, the price of these services, and the functions and responsibilities accepted on behalf of our clients
  • To ensure that all advertising is genuinely informative and in good taste
  • To be thoroughly conversant with the laws of the land as they apply to funeral services and allied industries and professions.
  • Take advantage of appropriate occasions to educate and inform the public of the functions of funeral directors according to the guidelines prescribed by the Independent Funeral Directors Association Australia.

Generation Funerals specialise in all aspects of the funeral industry. We provide burials, cremations, memorials, headstones & urns. Our Tribute Centres are located in Bundaberg & Kingaroy and we service the whole of south east Queensland. We pride ourselves on providing a very large range of alternative products and services to personalise an individual’s wishes. We believe in honouring a person’s life with a service that says something about them. With our knowledge and experience, we provide superior service whist allowing the family time. Celebrating memories of a lifetime with Sensitivity, Compassion & Respect. This is our promise to you.

Memberships and Affiliations

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Australian Funeral Directors Association

Formed in 1935, Australian Funeral Directors Association (AFDA) is the only national funeral service organisation with Member firms in every State and Territory. AFDA Member firms are chosen by more than 60% of families to provide funeral arrangements for their loved ones. AFDA is widely recognised as the authoritative voice on all funeral matters and its key objective is to optimise the funeral experience and ensure quality delivery of service to the wider community by enhancing and promoting professional funeral standards.

AFDA Members and the AFDA Trademark represent security, care and professional service. AFDA Members are bound by a strict Code of Professional Conduct designed to meet both community needs and expectations in all aspects of service delivery. The Code is a reassurance to the community of sincere care and professional service, particularly at a time of uncertainty and distress for grieving families and relatives.

Queensland Justices Association - Corporate Members

Queensland Justices Association (QJA) is the peak industry body that represents Justices of the Peace and Commissioners for Declarations throughout Queensland, Australia. Founded in 1918, the QJA has a long history of providing professional support to its members. It is the largest organisation supporting Honorary Justices in Australia, a major representative body in its field and the Queensland representative on the Australian Council of Justices Association. With a membership base of over 6,000 the QJA provides training, information and resources to its members through a network of over 40 Branch and Contact Groups.

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Seniors Card

We proudly offer Senior Card holders a discount of 6 percent off our service fees. This is applicable to at need services and is not available with any other discount.

Post a Poppy

Post A Poppy is a community website with the purpose of commemorating and honouring the service and sacrifice of Australian servicemen and women in all wars and peacekeeping operations. By remembering them by posting a poppy or through stories, letters, images and video we can ensure their memory will never be lost.

We encourage everyone to post a poppy or share their stories and memories, which will help continue to educate our community about the impact that War has on so many soldiers, their families, their friends and the nation.

Post A Poppy has been established in 2015 to mark the centenary of the landing on Gallipoli and we hope it is around for generations to come so the sacrifices will never be forgotten.

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