Here to Help Families on the Mornington Peninsula with Premium Service at a Reasonable Price
123 Jetty Road

About Us

Our Journey

Established in 1977, Rosebud Funeral Services continues to be an Australian family-owned business, serving many families on the Mornington Peninsula. Over the years, our staff have often been active members of the community on the Peninsula. In 2010, the branch chapel received a major refurbishment.

We fully understand the importance of making a fitting tribute to a loved one, a memory that will last forever. In the midst of the sadness that you feel at this time, the thought of arranging this final farewell can be a daunting prospect. Our caring staff are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to guide you through what can appear to be a maze of arrangements both wanted by you and required by others.

During the service, as you reflect on the life being remembered, let us enhance these memories by using some of your treasured photographs and a favourite piece of music, to create an audio visual celebration of the life journey undertaken by your loved one.

In today’s multicultural society, it is important to note that all Religious and Cultural needs can be fulfilled by us and that funeral planning and services can be arranged throughout metropolitan Melbourne, or interstate if required.

As you enter the tranquillity of our Funeral Chapel, you will be filled with a sense of peace, knowing that your loved one’s final farewell will be treated with dignity and respect. The 70 seat Chapel is fully air conditioned for the comfort of mourners both old and young and an adjoining area can be used to accommodate up to an additional 70 people if required.

Our sound system allows for every spoken memory or musical tribute to be heard clearly by all and the modern plasma screens ensure that pictorial memories to be shared on this special day are viewed the best possible way. Light refreshments can be served in the area adjoining the Chapel following the service, to allow friends and family the time to share, reflect and to comfort each other before moving away.

If someone dies at home, the first person to be contacted is the Doctor of the deceased. The Doctor, or a locum, will attend to confirm that death has occurred. Once this is done, you need to contact the Funeral Director to arrange the transfer of the deceased into their care. There is no hurry for this if you want to spend some quiet time with your loved one.

If death occurs at a nursing home or hospital, the Funeral Director can be contacted by yourself or the staff to arrange transfer of the deceased. Then arrangements for the funeral service can be arranged at your convenience. Our staff are contactable 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (03) 5986 8491 or click here to contact us.

Today, more and more people are considering the option to pre-pay and pre-arrange their funeral. Making decisions at a time of grief can be extremely difficult for those left behind. And so by planning ahead, you can relieve your loved ones of this painful responsibility. We are able to make all of the information regarding this choice available to you to make a fully informed decision.

All Health Department guidelines are strictly followed by our company and our staff in the preparation of deceased persons. Should viewing of the deceased be desired, this will be arranged in a dignified manner.

Here to Help Families on the Mornington Peninsula with Premium Service at a Reasonable Price

Branch Office & Chapel

123 Jetty Road Rosebud VIC 3939
Ph: (03) 5986 8491