As from 6pm, Friday 4th March attendees at funeral services will no longer need to wear masks throughout Queensland.
For those who feel safer wearing a mask, you are most welcome to do so at the Great Northern Garden of Remembrance.
The requirement to check-in using a QR Code has also been lifted, except in venues where food is served.
Density numbers at funeral venues have now been removed, so feel free to talk with our staff if you have questions on how many can attend.
For those unable to attend, funeral services will continue to be streamed on the internet, so that you can also view them from the comfort and safety of your own home.
If you have any questions at all, feel free to talk with our staff who are at your service 24/7.
With the COVID –19 pandemic upon us and to prevent transmission of this virus to others we have introduced the following guidelines for viewings at our facility.
All funeral companies have been advised of these new guidelines and have been asked to notify families when discussing the possibility of viewing at Great Northern Garden of Remembrance.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on 3888-6622 during office hours.
By Dr Alan Wolfelt
Needless to say, the coronavirus pandemic of 2020 is a challenging time for everyone. But if someone you love has died, it is likely that the current social distancing orders and travel restrictions are making funeral planning especially difficult for your family.
Losing a loved one is hard enough. Losing a loved one at a time of unprecedented upheaval and limitations may seem overwhelming. I am sorry you have been put in this position, and I hope this article will help your family find ways to meet your mourning needs and honour the person who died while making any necessary adjustments to keep everyone safe.
During this Covid-19 crisis, we take our responsibility seriously when it comes to caring for our clients,
staff and local community.
Learn more about Covid-19 Guidelines at Great Northern Garden of Remembrance.
A wonderful way to be remembered in a beautiful bushland setting where your family can visit and reflect.
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