Memorial Gardens Gold Coast
At Eco Memorial Parks, we have many different types of memorials available from family gardens to single site memorials.
We invite you to visit our memorial gardens prior to making a decision as to ensure you are content with the areas chosen to memorialise your loved one.
We provide multiple well maintained gardens and memorial sites at Eco Memorial Park where families and friends are always welcome. Gardens are named after local pioneering families and significant members of the community.
In addition to this, we also present areas dedicated to important community organisations, such as the University of Queensland Donors, Mater Children’s Memorial Garden and Returned Service Personnel.
Our Memorial Sites & Gardens
As mentioned above, we suggest family view the areas prior to making a decision. If you are interested in visiting our gardens, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Family Gardens can be purchased to ensure the future memorialisation of your chosen family members all together in one beautiful and fitting location.
We understand that this can be a very difficult time for many. The caring team at Eco Memorial Park offer their sincere condolences and support to all families and friends struggling with grief and loss.
Please note that we are currently working on expanding this section of our website and welcome enquiries for further information regarding our memorial gardens and sites as well as other services that we have on offer.
Jane and our dedicated team, are available to answer all of your queries and guide you with your selection.
The gardens at Eco Memorial Park include; Brauer Garden, Connolly Garden, Family Garden, Founders Garden, Frangipani Garden, Garden Of Grace, Garden of Peace, New Garden, Nathan Jones Garden, Peace Drive, Paradise Garden, River Gardens, Rose Gardens, Serenity Garden, Stapylton Grove, Sun Gardens, Tropical Rockery Garden, Tree Tops/ Mater Babies/ Cassie Doyle/ University Donor Bequests, Walter T Hanken Garden and Water Gardens as well as our Columbarium Walls
Also known as a columbarium, is a wall, room or building used to store urns holding the ashes of people who have died and have been cremated.
The name “columbarium” comes from ‘columba’, the Latin word for ‘dove’, because columbaria usually have niches to hold the urns that resemble those in dovecotes (dove houses). These are then covered with plaques to protect the ashes inside the brick walls.
At Eco Memorial Park, we have have 9 columbarium walls in different locations throughout the beautiful memorial gardens.
If you would like a tour of our memorial gardens prior to making a decision, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
Tropical Rockery Memorial Gardens
Situated at the front of the memorial gardens, our tropical rockery memorial gardens are made up of larger sized rocks with beautiful lush greenery, succulents and native Australian bushes.
Our water gardens were designed with beautiful water features and rockery in a natural bush setting. With trees, greenery, succulents and statues, the water gardens are comprised of 4 large mounds with large rocks and plaques where urns are placed underneath. There is also a bridge and seating available.