About Us
Craig Stevens
Timeless Funerals Founder
Welcome to Timeless Funerals

We are one of the few 100% Australian family owned and independantly operated funeral directors in Sydney.

Established by Craig Stevens, who started with Gregory and Carr as a Funeral Assistant before becoming a Conductor in the 1980s, and more recently 5 years as Funeral Conductor at Ann Wilson Funerals, one of Sydneys premier Funeral Homes based on the Northern Beaches, Timeless Funerals was estabished to fill a void in the industry, and to provide personal affordable budget conscious No Service No Attendance cremation service to families in their time of need.

As an experienced and compassionate funeral director Craig is here to assist you with what can be, one of the most difficult life experiences. In all we do, we believe, compassion and professionalism are the underlying qualities that separate us from the larger firms.

We offer a budget conscious, affordable, but still dignified, No Service No Attendance Direct Cremation service............in fact thats our speciality!!

Timeless Funerals are strategically located to provide No Service No Attendance cremation services in the Sydney Metropolitan area as well as the Newcastle and the Central Coast. Our pricing is now at only $1,895 for a Direct cremation!

Professional and Compassionate Service

Craig is available to help you twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. We offer a personalised in home Funeral arrangement service to remove the stress of you having to travel to make the arrangements for your loved one.

You will be comforted in the knowledge that the service is arranged by the same member of staff who will be available to you from the first contact until the funeral and afterwards for any advice and support.

Contact us for a touch of compassion when you need it most.

When a Loved One passes

What do you do when someone passes? This depends on where the person has died and the cause of death. When someone dies at home and has been under the care of his or her doctor, you should call their doctor first. The doctor will prepare a death certificate. You then need to call your Funeral Director to arrange for your loved one to be transferred into their care. When someone dies in a nursing home, the home will call the Funeral Directors nominated by the family at the time the now deceased first took up residency.

What do you do when someone passes in a hospital? You need to call your Funeral Director who will make all the necessary arrangements with the hospital, transfer your loved one to the funeral home, and organise the funeral with you.

What happens when a death is sudden and unexpected, accidental or a suicide? The doctor or the family must notify the Police. The Police will organise the transfer to the Coroners Department by the government contractor. In these circumstances the Coroner may require the deceased to undergo a post mortem examination to ascertain the cause of death. Funeral arrangements may be delayed until this examination has been completed and the necessary documentation supplied. Your Funeral Director will liaise with the Coroner and keep you up to date as to when release is expected.

What happens when someone passes interstate or overseas? the local procedures must be followed and your Funeral Director will liaise with local authorities while making arrangements for the person to be brought home.

Remember, It always remains the privilege of the family to choose the Funeral Director. Ignore anyone who attempts to tell you otherwise. Even when the government-contracted company has taken the deceased to the Coroners Department, they hold no authority over your very personal choice of a Funeral Director.

Opening hours:
We are open 24/7