The Harewood Memorial Gardens

The Harewood Memorial Gardens are set aside as a resting place in perpetuity, giving you peace of mind your loved ones will always rest safe in our care.

Beautiful calm environment to visit my family.
Gardens and lawns are amazing.

Letitia Smith

Harewood Memorial Cropped Roses

A serene setting for rest and contemplation

The Harewood Memorial Gardens and chapel were designed in 1963 by Sir Miles Warren.

A formal park with rose gardens and native plantings, long graceful walkways are flanked by immaculate lawns. The gardens are shaded by mature trees, creating a serene setting for rest and contemplation.

The gardens are laid out in commemorative courts, including a Court of Memories, a Court of Music, and a Community Services Court. Often people are drawn to a particular court because of their life and interests.

An elegant modernist chapel and crematorium hosts funeral services, memorial gatherings, and cremations.

Video tour of our gardens

Visit the memorial gardens

You’re always welcome to visit your loved one any time. The gardens are here for you. They’re a peaceful, safe environment to stroll, picnic, or gather on a special anniversary. A place for you to remember the people you love through celebration or quiet contemplation.

Harewood Gardens Visit
Harewood Memorial Sample

Your memorial options

We offer a wide range of beautiful memorial options for all styles and budgets. You can personalise memorials in many ways, adding illustration, a photograph, or a meaningful inscription.

The one thing I always notice when visiting lost loved ones is how beautifully this place is maintained to the highest standards.

Wayne Rhodes

Harewood Request Tour 2

Request a guided tour of the gardens

We’re always happy to host tours of the memorial gardens and chapel for gardening associations, historical societies, and other interested community groups.

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