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If you are writing a funeral plan, a good way to start is to look at a cemetery listing so you can evaluate the options available to you. You may want to do a cemetery search for a cemetery in NSW if that is your state of residence. Once you have complied a cemetery list, you may wish to speak with your funeral director before making a final decision. This decision will often be influenced by where your ancestors, family and friends choose to be buried.
When somebody is deceased, instead of having a burial in a cemetery, a body can be cremated. A cremation is held in a crematorium and these are located Australia wide. If you would like to organise a pre paid cremation, the details can be outlined in a crematorium plan. This takes the emotional and financial burden away from family and friends in their time of grief following the death of a loved one.
You can find an Australian cemetery in various regions throughout Australia. Some cemeteries have sections dedicated to different religions and funeral homes can incorporate the customs and traditions of cultures from around the world into the funeral service. In some cultures it is customary to hold a cremation ceremony rather than a burial and this can take place in a crematorium rather than a cemetery in Australia.