Unity Funerals provide funeral services to the Greater Sydney region.
We can arrange a service at any cemetery or crematorium in Sydney.
We are also able to arrange services through out NSW, across Australia as well as international transfers.
You can find out more information about each crematorium and cemetery by clicking on the name which will take you to their website.
Macquarie Park Cemetery and Crematorium
Set on 145 acres of beautifully maintained grounds we are North Sydney’s premier cemetery and crematorium, serving the local community since 1922. As a not-for-profit community organisation, we strive to provide consistency in everything we do whilst ensuring you and your loved ones have access to dignified services and memorialisation.
Rookwood General Cemetery
With a total area similar in size to the Sydney CBD, Rookwood is the largest cemetery in the southern hemisphere and the largest Victorian cemetery in the world. Established in 1867, today it is the final resting place for more than a million people. In 2012 the former Anglican, General, Independent, Jewish and Muslim Trusts that previously managed Rookwood were amalgamated to form Rookwood General Cemetery…
Rookwood Catholic Cemetery
Rookwood Catholic Cemetery has been serving the Catholic community since 1867. The historic cemetery reflects the multi-cultural history of Sydney with grand sandstone headstones of early settlers, cultural community lawns through to contemporary garden niches.
The cemetery is home to the picturesque St Michael the Archangel Chapel through to the modern Mary, Mother of Mercy Chapel with Sydney’s only Catholic crematorium. The grounds are continually renewed with tranquil landscaping…
Rookwood Gardens Crematorium
Rookwood Memorial Gardens and Crematorium was opened in 1925 and was the first crematorium in New South Wales. They have three historic chapels, each creating a unique and respected place to celebrate the life of a loved one. The landscaped gardens create peace and privacy, cherished by family and visitors…
Northern Suburbs Crematorium
Located in North Ryde surrounded by bush near the Lane Cove river, it is a sanctuary where family and friends can come to reflect, honour and pay tribute to their loved ones in a tranquil, calming environment.
There are four historic chapels, each one a respectful and fitting place to hold a funeral service. Each chapel has up-to-date AV equipment so you can display the pictures, presentations, videos and play the music. Electric piano/organs are also available…
Pinegrove Memorial Park
Pinegrove Memorial Park provides both burial and cremation options for Sydney’s Greater West, it is located near the junction of the M7 and the Great Western Highway. Established in 1962, it has 175 acres of serene gardens, lawns and landscaping. There are two chapels with up-to-date AV equipment so you can display photos, presentations, videos and play music…
Liverpool Cemetery’s history can be traced back to the late 1800’s. Generations have considered this cemetery part of their family history and a place close to the heart of the Liverpool community. Many pioneers and prominent community members rest here.
There are a range of traditional, contemporary and unique burial and cremation options available. Liverpool Cemetery includes prestigious sites such as the St Padre Pio Garden Crypts, with family vaults available, monumental burial graves through to garden cremation niches.
Castle Hill Cemetery
Castle Hill Cemetery is located on Gilbert Road, Castle Hill. A unique haven located within a tranquil 8.2ha bushland setting. The Cemetery is managed and controlled by The Hills Shire Council and caters for all types of interments including burials, above ground and ashes.
Managed by Penrith Council, Penrith Cemetery has burial and niche sites with discounted rates for the people of Penrith Local Government Area. It has religious and non-religious sections with a range of lawn and headstone options…
Emu Plains Cemetery
The foundation stone for the Anglican Church at Emu Plains was laid in 1848. Unfortunately, a major bushfire in 1929 burnt down the Rectory and destroyed many of the Church records. There was heavy reliance on the inscriptions on memorials and tombstones in place at the time to ‘rebuild’ the burial records. Penrith Council took over management of the cemetery in 1967. During the 1970s and 1980s, many hundreds of public burials occurred there. Family members can still be buried if they own a grave. No new burial sites are available at Emu Plains Cemetery.
St Marys Cemetery
This cemetery began in 1881 with the dedication of the Anglican Section, and the first burial was in 1886. In the post Second World War period, many new settlers arrived from other countries. Penrith Council took over management of the cemetery in 1967. St Marys cemetery has a large number of Greek, Maltese, Italian and Eastern European graves. Family members can still be buried if they own a grave. No new burial sites are available at Emu Plains Cemetery.
Gore Hill Cemetery
Gore Hill Memorial Cemetery is one of the oldest and largest remaining cemeteries in metropolitan Sydney. Located in St Leonards the cemetery occupies an area of 5.81 hectares and was originally laid out as a formal Victorian/Edwardian garden.
Sydney War Cemetery
Sydney War Cemetery is in the grounds of Rookwood Necropolis, about 17 kilometres west of Sydney. This large war cemetery was established by the military authorities in 1942. It contains mainly the graves of those who died in the Concord Military Hospital…
Forest Lawn Memorial Park
Established in 1962, Forest Lawn Memorial Park provides beautiful burial and cremation options in Sydney’s Macarthur District. Offering a wide range of memorial options with lawn burials, an above ground crypt or a family memorial garden where cremated remains can be placed. There are two chapels where you can have a memorial service which have state-of-the-art digital equipment so you can display the pictures, presentations, videos and play the music