A Local Funeral Home

Our compassionate all-female team offer personalised funeral, memorial and cremation services in Sydney.

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Our Funeral Parlour


Our 100% female run funeral parlour is based locally in Ryde. For the last decade we have carefully planned tailored funeral, cremation and memorial services for a diverse range of families.

At Lady Anne Funerals providing compassionate service is our priority. You’ll work closely with our caring, experienced team, and have access to expert funeral directors 24/7.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We love to help families in Ryde, Penrith, Blacktown, Parramatta, Gladesville, Eastwood, Epping, Homebush, Lane Cove, Strathfield, Burwood, and other surrounding suburbs.

We offer a range of expert funeral and memorial services, including:

For each service we help take care of the details – from music selection, obituary wording and placement, to photo stories, memorial books and stationary.

Our services range in price depending on their size and type:

  • Burial services: from $5500
  • Cremation services: from $6600
We can also help organise a no service, no attendance burial or cremation, with prices starting at $2200. Use our free quote tool to get an instant price estimate for any type of service.
Whether you’re after a religious, spiritual or secular ceremony, Lady Anne Funerals will provide a moving funeral for your departed loved one.

We have planned funerals and memorials for families of all cultural and religious denominations, including Roman Catholic, Protestant, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Buddhist, Orthodox, Jehovah’s Witness, Hindu and Masonic Lodge.

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Why Lady Anne Funerals?

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A compassionate all female team.

Personalised funeral services unique to your loved one.

Independently owned and operated.

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Complimentary Resources


Funeral Planning Checklist


Cremation Checklist

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