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Arranging a funeral doesn’t need to be complicated.

Arranging a funeral can often seem a complicated process that comes at a difficult time. We hope that the information provided in this website will help you understand how a funeral service is created and how you can be involved in this process.


The FDA of NSW is a government recognised body, providing advice and information to consumers on how to cope with and arrange a funeral. All members of the Association are 100% Australian family owned companies and are committed to the highest level of service to consumers at reasonable prices.

Find a Funeral Director

[Map] Regions of New South Wales covered by FDA NSW MembersBy selecting a funeral director who is an FDA of NSW member, you can be assured the business is committed to meeting your particular needs and will provide you with the very best quality of service.

To find your nearest one, use our Funeral Director Search »

Information Brochures

FDA Brochures - Group' For practical advice about funerals and information on grieving, you may download our helpful brochures or request that they be sent to you.

Request your free information brochure »

Pre-Arranged Funerals

[Image] Candles representing pre-arranged funeralA pre-arranged funeral is for those who seek to ensure their details are already taken care of, relieving relatives and friends of the financial burden of providing for your funeral service

Pre-arranged Funeral Info »

Members of the FDA of NSW subscribe to the following code:

Code of Ethics

  1. To maintain in all matters the highest standards of business, professional and personal conduct.
  2. To respect in all circumstances the confidentiality and trust of clients.
  3. To ensure that staff is qualified and competent.
  4. To ensure that facilities are adequate for all services rendered.
  5. To provide information concerning the range of services available, the prices of the services and the functions and responsibilities accepted.
  6. To give a written estimate of all funeral charges and disbursements to be made on a client's behalf at the time of taking instructions or as soon as practicable.
  7. To respect personal choice and have regard for diversity of beliefs in religious and cultural practices.
  8. To ensure that all advertising is genuinely informative and in good taste.
  9. To be thoroughly conversant with the laws of the land as they apply to funeral service and allied industries and professions.
  10. To provide an advisory service with conciliation and arbitration arrangements available to help resolve disputes which may arise between members and their clients.

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