Cremation memorial options


After someone has been cremated there are a range of ways they can be memorialised within Northern Suburbs Memorial Gardens and Crematorium, a beautiful, secure and peaceful environment where cremated remains can be placed forever.

We are also a peaceful place where family members and descendants can come and reflect to celebrate the life of the relative or friend.

We offer a range of cremation memorial options, from bushrock memorials, granite circle memorials and estate memorials, to rose memorials and chair memorials.

Cremation memorial gallery


Chair Memorial

A garden memorial with its own chair to reflect in comfort. Accommodates up to 8 positions. Personalised plants and plaques.

Bushrock Memorial

Creates a natural harmony with the surrounding gardens and trees. Accommodates up to four memorials, marked with bronze plaques.

Granite Memorial Book

A fitting tribute for those who have chosen to have their ashes scattered, yet still wish for a permanent memorial family can visit. Each memorial is marked by a plaque.

Granite Circle Memorial

Granite Circle Memorial

A high quality tribute to your loved one, providing a level of elegance that blends into the surrounding gardens. Finished with its own borders, floral trim and plants from our selected range.

Granite Cremation Estate

Classic design and a high quality finish ensure these memorials will stand the test of time. Each estate contains its own plants from our selected range and is suitable for an individual family.

Rose Memorial

A living memorial is a popular choice. There is a huge colour range of fragrant roses. A bronze plaque set on a granite base marks the memorial position.


A small individual garden built around a gazebo.


A traditional cremation memorial. Our niches come in a variety of finishes, with choices of plaques. Single and family niches available.

 Waratah Wall Memorials

Butterfly Garden Memorials

Fern Garden Memorials

Skyline Fountain and surrounding memorials

Skyline Gardens Memorials (Standard Area)