Repatriation Services

Overseas repatriations can be a complicated process. Most people are unsure where to start, so let’s start at the beginning.

Sometimes a person will pass away here in Brisbane. But, their family will want the funeral service to take place in another city or country. Transferring a deceased person interstate or internationally is a specialty of ours. With years of experience behind us, the professional team at Kenton Ross Funerals – Brisbane can take care of your repatriation needs. We have helped many families return loved ones to their home towns in countries including, but not limited to Israel, India,  Ireland and New Zealand.


We are official members of the NZEA (New Zealand Embalmers Association) and the FDANZ (Funeral Directors Association of New Zealand). We hold these relationships in high regard and feel it gives us the best experience and current knowledge when helping families return their loved ones to New Zealand.

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We also hold memberships with the Australasian Division of the BIE (British Institute of Embalming) and with the AFDA (Australian Funeral Directors Association). Additionally, members of our staff have trained and studied variously in Australia, New Zealand, the United States of America and Fiji and have worked in both Africa and Europe. We always give our family the best service and achieve this by obtaining and maintaining the best information available.

We are close to the Brisbane International Airport and can assist families with a minimal turn around time.

We have experience in sending loved ones to many other areas of the world, including but not limited to, United Kingdom, Unites States of America, Fiji, Papau New Guinea, Hungary, Greece, Turkey, Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia and many others.

If you are in need of sending a loved one who has died to any location across Australia or the World, rest assured one of the kind staff at Kenton Ross Funerals will be there for you. You will receive the best service at an affordable price.