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At Mulqueen Family Funeral Directors we offer a Funeral Home which is centrally located, modern funeral chapel facilities and caring staff combined with an uncompromising service.

As a sixth generation family owned funeral business, we take great pride in providing exceptional values of family care and service to the Bendigo and District communities while embracing the modern trends of celebrating a life. Our staff are very proud of the trust that has been placed in them by so many families over such a long period of time.

Caring Staff, Outstanding Service...

Offering a professional and dignified experience in a warm, welcoming and comfortable environment.

Safe, secure and fully accredited facilities available 24 / 7.

Trained funeral directors who organise funerals locally, interstate & overseas.

Comfort that your loved one is cared for in a safe, fully accredited facility.

Modern air-conditioned Chapel with seating for up to 200 people.

There are lots of questions surrounding funerals, some are easily answered whilst others are more difficult. As funeral directors we often hear the same questions asked time and time again, to this end we sat down and put all the information together in one convenient place.

Our Funerals: A complete guide booklet is the accumulation of decades of experience and practice in the funeral industry, and we hope it will help you to answer some of the questions that arise during difficult times. Download our booklet, and our other resources to assist you and your family in those important decisions for when the time comes.

Of course, if there are questions you have after reading the booklet, feel free to contact us directly.

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Why funerals matter?

Funerals are an important rite of passage in our journey of life, not just for the people we are saying goodbye to,

but for those of us who are left behind.

For thousands of years, in addition to offering a way to respectfully farewell someone we love.

Funerals have been a means of expressing our beliefs, thoughts and feelings about life and death.

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Generations of care, in your time of need...

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This coming Remembrance Day marks the 25th Anniversary of the interment of the Unknown Soldier at the Australian War Memorial. Read about AFDA’s involvement in this historic event in this great article from the Sept edition of The Australian Funeral Director bit.ly/2P5LYPE ...

This coming Remembrance Day marks the 25th Anniversary of the interment of the Unknown Soldier at the Australian War Memorial. Read about AFDA’s involvement in this historic event in this great article from the Sept edition of The Australian Funeral Director https://bit.ly/2P5LYPE

FAQ's

It is natural that you may be unsure of what to do when a death occurs in your family. We understand that the last thing that you want to think about is arranging a funeral however we do recommend that you contact us as soon as possible, so that we can assist you through all stages of the procedure.

When someone dies, a doctor must sign a certificate that confirms the death. Funeral arrangements cannot be completed until the doctor has signed and issued this certificate (generally called a death certificate).

At a time suitable to you, we can arrange the funeral details either at our funeral home or at your own residence. There is no set timeframe between death and the funeral service, however, our experience suggests that you allow more time than less. Normally this is at least four to five days. When the funeral is over you will be thankful that you allowed yourself enough time to create a fitting farewell for your loved one.

We believe that the role of the funeral director is to guide and assist families in order to provide a funeral experience that meets the needs and desires of the bereaved family, and we will do our utmost to achieve this.

Our caring staff will sit with you and discuss the many options you have for a funeral service for your loved one or yourself. Many haven’t thought about burial or cremation and reality it’s a personal choice. No two funerals are the same, and we will assist to tailor your wishes to suit you or your loved one to have a meaningful and fulfilling funeral service.

Coping with the loss of a close friend or family member may be one of the hardest things that many of us face. Everyone reacts differentially to death and employs personal coping mechanisms for grief. Research shows that most people can recover from loss on their own through the passage of time if they have social support and healthy habits. It may take many months or years to come to terms with a loss. There is no “normal” time period for someone to grieve.

There are many qualified grief counsellors in the Bendigo area, who are available to assist you. Mulqueen Family Funeral Directors can refer you to qualified health care professionals in this field.

Some people may struggle with grief for longer periods of time and feel unable to carry out daily activities. These individuals could benefit from professional help that could be provided by one of the organisations below.

Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement:
Website: www.grief.org.au Tel: 1800 642 066.

Griefline:
Website: www.griefline.org.au Tel: 03 95967799.

Lifeline:
Website: www.lifeline.org.au Tel: 131114

One of the most thoughtful things one can do for your family is to pre-pay for your funeral. This act of fore-thought can help reduce the stress that can be associated with planning a loved ones funeral service. The procedure can be as simple or detailed as you desire and we will help ensure that, as closely as possible, your wishes are carried out when the time comes.

Contact Us

Mulqueen Family Funeral Directors

15 – 25 Bridge Street

Bendigo

Victoria  3550

Office: (03) 5443 4455

Freecall: 1800 300 445

Fax: (03) 5442 4154