224 Newnham Road
Upper Mount Gravatt QLD 4122
George Hartnett Funerals and Metropolitan Funerals have come together to bring more than 145 years of combined experience caring for families.
We provide compassionate, caring funeral services to the local areas of Mount Gravatt, Wishart, Eight Mile Plains and surrounding suburbs. We are located 11km south east of Brisbane CBD.
The local area attracts people from all walks of life, and from all religions. Our funeral directors pride themselves on helping families from both religious and non-religious backgrounds to arrange unique, memorable celebrations that truly reflect the life that was lived. We provide gentle guidance and support during this difficult time.
There are many options available to you for the funeral service for your loved one. You may wish to hold it at:
Following the ceremony, your loved one can be memorialised at Mt Thompson Memorial Gardens & Crematorium, which is Queensland’s oldest crematorium. Or, they can be buried or memorialised at Mount Gravatt Cemetery and Crematorium. Both are just a short drive from George Hartnett Metropolitan Funerals.
The facilities in George Hartnett Metropolitan Funerals in Mt Gravatt include:
Parking is available at our funeral home car park for 50 cars, including 2 designated disabled parking spots. Our funeral home is accessible for visitors in wheelchairs and with other mobility aids.
The team at George Hartnett Metropolitan Funerals Upper Mount Gravatt are with you every step of the way, keeping you informed and guiding you through the arrangements as much or as little as you need.
I commenced with Metropolitan Funerals in 2000 and I have had the privilege to work in the management role since 2001. Now we have merged with George Hartnett Funerals our professional team has grown. What I enjoy about my role is supporting my team and seeing them develop into professional caring Funeral Directors. It is an honour to be involved with families in preparing and providing the farewell service they wish for their loved one.
My network and community involvement commitments are varied and an enjoyable part of my role. I am part of a Community Forum made up of local businesses to prevent Domestic Violence, in conjunction with Joe Kelly our local Member of Parliament. This connection has lead our branch to be able to support a new group called Beyond DV helping women and children regain their lives and self-worth. The Southside Chamber of Commerce actively promotes our business and I enjoy my involvement with this group. On a personal level I have an interest in the prevention of suicide. I attend and support the Griffith University Suicide research department when they hold courses and events for awareness. The QLD Homicide Victims Support Group is also an organization that I have a passion in helping. As a company we donate flowers, catering and booklets to their Annual Memorial Service.
In my spare time I enjoy time with my husband who happens to work at Mt Thompson Crematorium in a role he thoroughly enjoys. We like to travel, go to music concerts with friends usually involving 80's music and try new restaurants.