Gentle Hand Funerals

5/186 Hartley Rd, Smeaton Grange NSW, Australia


Gentle Hand Funerals

Compassion and Support

Gentle Hand Funerals by Anna Moretti-Calos JP.

Our mission is all about a gentle hand when you need it the most.

The death of someone you love is among life’s most painful events.

Gentle Hand Funerals wants you to know that you

are not alone during this overwhelming time.

We provide a selection of services and resources

to help you through the grieving process.

Gentle Hand Funerals services Sydney Metro, Coastal areas, and some Regional areas.

With our vast range of knowledge & experience, we offer unique and

personalised professional services using an empathetic approach

that ensures no two funerals are ever the same.

Gentle Hand Funerals offers a beautifully customised

visual presentation for your loved one at no additional charge.

This alone takes the stress and burden away in your time of grief.

We offer one-on-one service in the warmth and comfort of your own home,

taking the time to work together in tailoring a respectful and dignified service for your loved one.

Although some families prefer to arrange the funeral arrangements remotely

we will gladly accommodate their request.


Funeral arrangements can be made at a location of your choice and are

designed in alignment with your wishes and financial circumstances. 


For information, help, or advice on arranging a funeral, please call

Anna 0408 284 208

Available 24hours/7days

JP Services Available / Italian Speaking

Religious Services

Non-Religious Services

Direct Cremation, No Service



We are committed to providing the support and services you need during these difficult times.


Mobile Funeral Arranging is located at Hoxton Park and we conduct Funeral Services in all areas of

Sydney Metro, Coastal Areas, and some Regional Areas.

Our mortuary facilities are located at Smeaton Grange.

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