There are different types of funeral which can take place in Perth or in Australia. A funeral, which is going to reflect the person that died, is a great way to support those that are left behind and to help them move on.
The two primary options are burial and cremation. However, within these types, there are varying options. As an example, you can choose a natural burial or have cremated remains scattered in a specific place. There are also different secular or religious services, which depend on preference. Aside from this, there are a lot of people that also like to have a memorial service aside from the funeral event. This can be done in two different times.
A lot of people choose the more traditional funeral type. This involves a secular or religious service of a kind for commemorating the deceased, and then there is a burial or a cremation afterwards.
For a secular service, a professional registrar or celebrant is normally going to run this service. For a religious service, a religious leader like a rabbi, vicar or priest is going to run this service.
Disposal of the cremated remains
After cremation, there is a choice to keep or scatter the cremated remains. A lot of families choose to have the remains in an urn. For others, they choose to scatter it during a later date. It is also common for a family to handle this disposal of the cremated remains during a private event or by themselves, with no help from a celebrant or religious leader.
Any funeral director or Funeral Homes in Perth should be able to arrange the services you intend to have for commemorating a loved one.