The Green Funeral creates Flora & Fauna Habitat.
We create natural space for your enjoyment.
We operate Landcare programs.
We do this in partnership with Local and National Government.

We provide the public with a final resting place for their family pet,
where each headstone is a living tree,
contributing toward the creation of a forest.

Our pet burial sites do not to look like cemeteries and they never will, they look like forests.
As forests these areas are intended to be enjoyed by the public as a natural landscape,
and by native Australian animals as a safe habitat.


TO CREATE THIS FOREST:
We offer whole body burial facilities for pets.
Burial facilities for pet cremated remains.


Every Green Funeral memorial tree exists to mark the final resting place of the recipient.
Every memorial tree is documented for its location and species, with a photo of each pet is stored against this location.
Photos and an epitaph are made available from the Green Funeral website “FAMILY SEARCH” by searching for the pets carer.
From our mobile telephone App, you can wander through one of our forests and be provided with the details including photos of those those whose remains are buried there.

See: BANJO   MOLLY