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.
270 Kelvin Grove Road
Kelvin Grove QLD 4059
White Lady Funerals is a respected provider of funeral services to Brisbane’s inner north, serving the residents of Kelvin Grove and its surrounding suburbs including Herston, Red Hill, Spring Hill, Paddington, Herston, Newmarket and Ashgrove.
Our White Ladies help families from a diverse range of cultural and religious backgrounds to prepare their goodbyes. We gently guide you through the decision-making process to create a meaningful ceremony for your loved one.
You are free to choose the format and location of your loved one’s funeral ceremony, making it a personal and memorable experience.
Options for the funeral ceremony include:
We are currently undergoing an upgrade to the facilities at our funeral home in Kelvin Grove at White Lady Funerals and George Hartnett Funerals, helping us better serve families. Our chapel is unavailable for the duration of the renovation, which is due to be completed by the end of 2018.
In the meantime, we are still open at the same place at 270 Kelvin Grove Road, and looking after families the same way we always have.
We can meet with families in temporary facilities on-site and can arrange for funeral services to take place at one of our other White Lady Chapels, or a location of your choice.
Once completed, the new funeral home will include:
Parking is available both at the funeral home and along Guilford Street and McCullough streets with over 60 parking spots available. Our funeral home is also accessible by bus routes 364, 372 and 390 with bus stops conveniently located nearby.
The team at White Lady Funerals Kelvin Grove 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.
Jo has been a Location Manager for five years and most enjoys the contact with families, being able to support them and assist them to celebrate the life of someone dear in the way they want to honour them.
She is actively involved in the local community with the Inner West Chamber of Commerce, Lions, and Country Women’s Association. Jo also works closely with many nursing homes.
She spends her spare time with family including her grandson and pets as well as enjoying mosaics, gardening, traveling, foreign films and yoga.