The first White Lady funeral home opened in 1987 and ever since then we have been offering a unique and distinctive quality of funeral service, provided by our committed and professional team.
470 Pacific Highway
Wyoming NSW 2250
White Lady Funerals in Wyoming serves the community of Gosford and the surrounding Central Coast suburbs. We help families from all cultures and faiths to create a memorable funeral service for their loved ones. Located 2km from the centre of Gosford, our funeral home is conveniently located for families on the Central Coast.
Drawn by the region’s natural beauty, families from a diverse mix of cultural and spiritual backgrounds now call the Central Coast home. Our White Ladies offer sensitive and caring support through the decision making process to create a funeral that reflects your loved one’s values and beliefs.
Our professional and compassionate staff can help with planning each step of the funeral service and can look after the behind the scenes details. However you choose to say goodbye, our White Ladies provide gentle guidance during an emotional time.
Options for a funeral ceremony in Gosford include:
Following the ceremony, your loved one can be buried or memorialised at Point Clare Cemetery or Greenway Chapel & Memorial Gardens.
White Lady Funerals in Wyoming offers all the facilities you need to plan and host your loved one’s funeral, including:
Our funeral home was renovated in December 2017 and has a fresh new look with new furniture.
Parking is available on-site with 4 parking spots. If these are not available, there is plenty of free parking in surrounding side streets including Akora Road and Pacific Highway. We are on the 5-way roundabout at Wyoming with McDonalds, Caltex and an Audi dealership. Our local hospital and Gosford train station are just 5-minutes away.
The team at White Lady Funerals Gosford are with you every step of the way, keeping you informed and guiding you through the arrangements as much or as little as you need.
What do you enjoy about your job?
Being able to provide a service to families and offer care and support during a difficult time.
How long have you been location manager?
I have been with White Lady since 2010 and the Supervisor of Wyoming since 2016.
What do you enjoy in your spare time?
I have four children and have been married for 29 years so our lives are very busy with friends and family, we have just started to travel overseas so that is very exciting.
Are there any special community groups you work with or support?
Linda Peachey (part-time) and myself have this year volunteered at our Anzac parade, Mother’s Day Service and we attended the Biggest Morning Tea at Woy Woy. I am also learning about our White Lady community talks, so I’m hoping to give them in the near future.