Tag: Australia death care


Propel Funeral Partners shows growth with 2022 Annual Report

Propel Funeral Partners, the public company that owns and operates funeral homes, cremation facilities, cemeteries, and related infrastructure in Australia and New Zealand, announced their Fiscal Year 2022 (FY22) results in late August, and did so by showing growth all across their reporting numbers. The company that began in 2012 with 278 funeral services reported 16,537 funeral services in FY22 which is an 18% increase over the 13,916 services conducted in FY2021.  The company that now has 144 locations also […]


Australia’s InvoCare makes another acquisition

It was announced last week that the largest provider of death care services in Australia and New Zealand would be making another acquisition. InvoCare announced last week that they would be purchasing Australian Heritage Funerals located in Toowoomba, Queensland.  According to an article and news video you can read and see here, the closing will be by the end of July. According to our information on InvoCare, they operate in Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore and have about 290 funeral […]


The Director. . . . “Break a leg”

Scott Turnbull is an Australian funeral director who has worked in that occupation for the past 25 years.  In an article that you can read here from the Australian Financial Review  Turnbull states that while some weddings take over a year to plan, funerals are generally planned and executed in one week or less and that results in what he says can be an underwhelming experience for the grieving consumer. Turnbull believes that planning ahead is the way to do […]