Can l buy a casket or coffin online?

Yes, we delivery directly to your chosen funeral home Australia wide.

Lighter coloured coffins.

Funeral services and memorial products evolve with society.
We have learned that most Australians have changed their views on black memorial products. We have the most requested colours and styles.

View our coffin range >


Affordable but always elegant

The Nilsen white is one of our most popular coffins.
Also available in Mahogany and Pecan.
Regular price. $1,190

View the Nilsen. white coffin  >

Caskets & Coffins

Australians buy both caskets and coffins, however, we are recently buying more caskets. The US and Canadian market predominately buy caskets and Europeans tend to buy coffins. We like to remind our customers that choosing a casket or coffin is entirely subjective.

View the Aria. Pecan Casket >


Affordable funeral options


…a cheaper coffin. View the Nilsen collection >
..a burial side funeral service
..a memorial service at your private residence
..a burial plot not close to large urban areas.
There are 800+ functioning cemeteries in Australia.

Common Funeral Questions


Our products are designed and made to Australian guidelines so legally all funeral homes must accept our products.

Yes, we can. All our products are professionally packaged for transport and storage.

Sydney – $95
Melbourne – $100
Brisbane – $149
Call 02 8006 9810 for a quote to all other destinations.

All deliveries arrive on business days between 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.
For Sydney customers: Orders paid before midday (on a business day) will arrive the following business day.

No, at this point in time we do not have a showroom.
Our prices are affordable due to this factor. We hope our detailed photographs display the quality and elegant designs of our products.

A funeral in Australia is made up of products, documents & services which are legally required.
During the funeral process of an Australian cremation or burial funeral, a casket or coffin is legally required for health and transport purposes.

No, you don’t. However, funerals have continued to occur for centuries for important reasons.
Funerals are more for the living than for those who have passed away.
It is a ceremony of recognition, farewell, and most importantly to assist the living with closure.
The price of a funeral service is not significantly more than one without one.
However, this decision is entirely subjective.


All cremation funerals in Australia legally require a casket or coffin.


However, a sea burial is actually a lot more complex and expensive than one would presume as it also must be approved by certain Australian government entities.

Yes. We deliver our memorial products Australia-wide.
And our customers are often surprised at how affordable delivery costs are.
Please call, or email us for a delivery quote. We can get back to you within the hour.

The emissions and power required to cremate a human body has a large toll on the environment.
There is no conclusive evidence that cremation funerals are more environmentally friendly.
Each funeral option has its pros and cons as there are many stages throughout a burial life cycle that needs to be acknowledged and analysed.
Natural burial cemeteries are now an option in Australia. This may be an option to consider.

It depends. Most above-ground memorial burials in Australia require embalming.
Repatriation legally requires the deceased to be embalmed.
Embalming is a procedure where a body is prepared in a way to preserve it and also present the body for
an open casket funeral so witnesses can view the deceased.

Just as property prices in urban areas have gone up over the past decade so have burial plots.
Final resting places in non-urban areas tend to be currently cheaper than cemeteries in highly populated areas.
However, ensure that the location and distance are suitable for you and your loved ones.

Yes, you can.
Most Australians don’t know, but every step of the funeral can be done by you.
It’s a strange analogy. But arranging a funeral is similar to arranging a wedding or other events.
It is entirely subjective and some people wouldn’t want to do it. But some people prefer to do the arranging.
It can be very memorable, very personal, very rewarding, and very special.

No, Sydney Coffins does not have a showroom for our products. We have a Sydney-based business office.
Our prices are affordable due to this factor. We hope our detailed photographs display the quality and elegant designs of our products.

Please call Sydney Coffins or email us your contact details and we will call you to discuss your options during this difficult time.


It's up to you.

We Recommend you.

..Get at least 3 funeral home quotes. Preferably from trusted people, you know who have recommended them;
..Ensure the funeral home quote has a detailed price list and you understand all the items and services you are paying for;
..Take a family member or friend with you for support and to ask questions;
..Don’t feel pressured to make a decision quickly, talk to a few funeral homes.

Then, make a decision.

A message from the founder

A funeral is subjective. A memorial item is subjective.
A simple coffin and an elaborate coffin will successfully serve the same practical purpose required by Australian law.
For this reason, we often speak with our customers, not encouraging them to choose a simple coffin but we always explain it is perfectly appropriate to do so. We hope that we have provided you with a variety of choices that makes a very difficult time a little bit easier.



All deliveries arrive on business days between 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.
Sydney customers: Orders paid before midday (on a business day) will arrive the following business day.

Sydney – $95
Melbourne – $100
Brisbane – $149

Call 02 8006 9810, or email us for a quote for all other destinations.
We deliver Australia-wide.

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