Funeral Flowers - Timmins Funerals

Flowers are a traditional part of the funeral service

For thousands of years, mourners have been placing flowers on graves or coffins when loved ones have passed on.

Today, this tradition continues with floral tributes called ‘casket covers’, which symbolise the love and respect the family feels towards the one who has passed.

People often like to select flowers or colours which were important to the one who has passed, and we’ll take the time to learn about what you’d like and work with the florist to design a tribute worthy of your loved one.

Today we can do things a little differently

Funeral flowers are not like they used to be. Now, instead of everyone purchasing individual wreaths, you can choose to have everyone say goodbye by placing a single flower on the casket during the funeral ceremony.

If you prefer, mourners can be encouraged to donate to a cause in honour of your loved one as an alternative. We can arrange for a collection as part of the service and pass on the full donations to your chosen charity.


Since the 1950’s we've been honoured and privileged to share in the most difficult time for more than 20,000 families, and to ease their loss in some small way. Read what they say about Timmins Funerals:

Our Complete Funeral Selections Include

  • Making Arrangements
  • Embalming
  • Funeral and Mourning
  • Service Planning
  • Overseas Repatriation
  • Funeral Stationary
  • Personal Touches
  • Music Selection
  • After Funeral Catering
  • Coffins and Caskets
  • Viewing
  • Funeral Venue Options
  • Cremation and Burials
  • Funeral Flowers
  • Pre-Paid Funeral Plans

We’ll arrange something beautiful

All you need to do is advise us of any preferred colours or types of flowers; what kind of tributes you would like, and we’ll arrange the rest.

For advice on a flower arrangement for your service, call us on 02 9630 9688 or simply fill in the form and we’ll be in touch very soon.

    For priority service we recommend phoning us directly on 02 9630 9688. We respond to
    ALL enquires, however, regrettably it is sometimes difficult to reach families via email.