White Lady Funerals Clayfield, QLD

 

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 of women.

Clayfield

616 Sandgate Road
Clayfield QLD 4011

Phone (24/7):
(07) 3262 5005
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 9.00am-5.00pm
Sat-Sun: by appointment
Parking:
There are parking spots available along the side streets in the area. This funeral home is also located close to public transport with Clayfield station a short walk up the road.
Overview:
The location offers a reception lounge, a coffin show room and two arrangement rooms.

White Lady Funerals in Clayfield are your respected and compassionate providers of funeral services in Clayfield, Queensland – only 7km from Brisbane’s city centre. Our experienced White Ladies will guide you through this difficult time, helping you and your family to arrange a memorable farewell for your loved one. We proudly serve all residents of Hamilton, Lutwyche, Kedron, Hendra, Wooloowin, Wavell Heights and other surrounding areas.

 

Your Options for Funeral Services in Clayfield

Where you hold a service helps to add a personal touch to the funeral. Your choices are not limited to a church but any place that held special significance to your loved one. White Lady Funerals in Clayfield will help you to arrange a service that truly celebrates your loved one’s life. The venue options include:

Our beautiful chapel at White Lady Kelvin Grove

  • A chapel Mt Thompson
  • A Local church such as:
  • Clayfield Uniting Church
  • St Andrew's Anglican Church Lutwyche
  • Our Lady Help of Christians Church - Hendra Catholic Church
  • North East Baptist Church
  • Scots Presbyterian Church
  • St Paul’s Lutheran Church
  • Any other destination of your choosing – eg. beach, park, club or private residence

Following the ceremony, your loved one can be buried, cremated or memorialised at Albany Creek Memorial Park, conveniently located 25 minutes’ drive away from our funeral home. The memorial garden is a beautiful sanctuary where family and friends can come to reflect, honour and pay tribute to their loved ones in a tranquil, calming environment. A place where peace and privacy are cherished and will always be respected.

Other options include Mt Thompson Memorial Gardens and Crematorium, Lutwyche Cemetery and South Brisbane Cemetery, both conveniently located a short drive away from our funeral home.

 

Facilities at Our Clayfield Funeral Home

Our White Lady Funerals funeral home in Clayfield has recently been renovated. Our two arrangement rooms allow families to meet with our White Ladies in comfort where they can discuss and make all funeral arrangements. The location also includes a coffin selection room where you can view and choose from different types of coffins.

We have 12 onsite parking spots available for our guests with one dedicated for disabled access. If the weather is either too hot or raining, four of our parking spots are undercover for your convenience. In addition, there is plenty of parking available on Gregory Street behind our funeral home which is not metered. For those choosing to travel using public transport, our funeral home is easily accessible by buses serving routes 306 and 322.

The entrance to our funeral home is accessible to visitors using wheelchairs or other mobility aids. We also have one disabled access parking spot available in our car park for your convenience.

 

Our People

The team at White Lady Funerals Clayfield 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.

 

Meet Di Colls , White Lady Funerals Clayfield Location Manager

What do you enjoy about your job?

The ability to make a difference when families are in grief.

How long have you been location manager?

I have been in the Location Manager at Clayfield for 4 years.

What do you enjoy in your spare time?

I love spending quality time with family, watching movies and attending theatre.

Are there any special community groups you work with or support?

I  support the Redkite charity among other groups.