Everything you need to know about repatriation services in Australia

Death in Another Town

If a loved one has passed on in another town, generally interstate repatriation is required to return the loved one home. This is usually performed by funeral directors using a motor vehicle. If the location of death is too distant from the place of origin, an airplane or helicopter may be used.

If a loved one has passed on in another town, a funeral director specialising in transfers may be required. The funeral director will prepare the decased for transfer andmake the funeral service arrangements in the place of origin.

A Funeral Director that specialises in repatriation will make this a seamless process for your family.

Find out more about finding funeral directors that specialise in repatriation in Australia:
> Repatriation Funeral Directors

Find out more about the costs associated with repatriation:
> Repatriation Costs