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.
209 Anzac Highway
Plympton SA 5038
Our compassionate team of funeral directors at White Lady Funerals in Plympton, SA, are here to guide and support you and your family during a difficult time.
Our White Ladies arrange funerals for families from all backgrounds – catering to the diverse cultural and religious groups in Adelaide’s inner south and the suburbs of Glandore, North Plympton, Kurralta Park, Camden Park and South Plympton.
Our White Ladies can help you shape the funeral that best suits your loved one. We are here to help with all the arrangements, whether you want:
After the ceremony, your loved one can be buried or cremated at Centennial Park Cemetery, which has burial grounds for most major religions and is a 15-minute drive from White Lady Funerals in Plympton. Adelaide’s oldest cemetery, West Terrace Cemetery, is a five-minute drive away and has burial sites available in its historic grounds.
White Lady Funerals in Plympton has quality facilities for those who wish to hold a funeral service with a chapel setting. Our facilities include:
There are 20 parking spots including 1 disabled parking space available at the funeral home in Plympton, with additional free parking on surrounding streets. This funeral home is also easily accessed by public transport, with regular buses servicing Anzac Highway.
The team at White Lady Funerals Plympton 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.
How long have you been location manager?
I have been a location Manager since 2016.
What do you enjoy about your job?
What I enjoy the most in my job is being able to support our families through their time of need and having the opportunity of learning so many new things. In my role I have the opportunity to meet a lot of varied people which I enjoy.
Are there any special community groups you work with or support?
In my spare time I am involved with the Adelaide Sea Dragons, an Adelaide based Dragon Boat Club. This keeps me fit… sort of!