We have more information and resources available in the following topic areas:

Preparing For Death/Legal Considerations

Providing information regarding legal matters for clarity and peace of mind for yourself and your family.

These matters include:

  • Enduring Power of Guardianship
  • Advance Health Directive
  • Enduring Power of Attorney
  • Wills
  • Voluntary Assisted Dying
  • Organ Donation
  • Whole Body Donation
  • Etc.

Discussing Death and Dying (3D) Café

Providing a welcoming, comfortable and safe space to foster sharing experiences, and learning that death, dying and grieving  is a natural process of life.

The café’s objective is to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their lives.

The café is held every second Saturday of the month, at the Margaret River Organic Garden, located at 171 Bussell Highway (between the TAFE and the Margaret River Senior High School).

Between 10 and 12 we have people available for drop-in conversations, as well as relevant literature and our lending library.

Coffee, tea and cakes are also available on a donation basis through the Organic Garden Saturday Café.

Coffin Club

Assisting those wishing to make their own coffin and taking the opportunity to discuss death and dying matters.

Currently the Coffin Club is inactive; we are searching for a wood worker/craftsperson who would be willing to lead this effort.

Spiritual Dying Support

Creating a ‘sacred’ space to allow people to die in peace with themselves, with their families, with their faith, with their community.

Dealing With Grief

Offering short-term supportive presence to our fellow community members experiencing a current grief or loss situation.

Options Upon Dying

Providing information to assist people:

  • Immediately after the death of a loved one
  • Guidelines for caring for a body at home
  • Guidelines for working with funeral directors, celebrants and clergy
  • Guidelines for obtaining a Single Funeral Permit—Burials or Cremations

Natural Burial

Aiming for an environmentally friendly way of being interred in the earth. Exploring and investigating what alternatives are available in the community and region. Investigating whether it is possible to be buried outside of a WA State legislated cemetery, e.g., on private property. Continuing to liaise with the AMR Shire to have a Natural Burial Site in the region.

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