Traditional values.
Contemporary choices.


The Walter Carter Funerals family has been caring for the community for more than 130 years. Let us help your family make the right funeral choices.


How we can help you

Dale Maroney
Managing Director and 5 generation Walter Carter family member
Dale Maroney 
CEO and 5th generation Walter Carter family member

Traditional values.
Contemporary choices.

The Walter Carter Funerals family has been caring for the community for more than 130 years. Let us help your family make the right funeral choices.

How we can help you
Dale Maroney 
CEO and 5th generation Walter Carter family member

Traditional values.
Contemporary choices.

The Walter Carter Funerals family has been caring for the community for more than 130 years. Let us help your family make the right funeral choices.

How we can help you

Why choose us?

An independent and family-owned funeral home,
we provide an unparalleled level of care and attention.

Funeral services and memorials

Meet the Walter Carter Funerals team

We’ve been caring
for the community
since 1887

For six generations, Walter Carter Funerals has been helping families and is the oldest independent, family-owned funeral home in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. We’ve seen a lot of changes over the years, but one thing remains the same – our commitment to excellence in everything we do and our commitment to family.

In an industry that’s now synonymous with large corporations, Walter Carter Funerals is an enduring symbol of the importance of one family caring for other families in times of greatest need.

WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE

Why funerals are important
Coping with grief
Plan today for tomorrow

Let our family help your family

At Walter Carter Funerals, we understand how important saying goodbye is. Every person is different, so every goodbye is different and every funeral should be different. That’s why we offer a full range of services to help you say goodbye in the most personalised way. The kind of service you choose is only limited by your imagination. Some people prefer a more traditional or religious service, while others want to create a truly original service to say goodbye to their loved one.

TALK TO US ABOUT YOUR CHOICES

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Growing pains: Helping teens cope with the loss of a friend

Growing pains: Helping teens cope with the loss of a friend

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The Unknown Soldier: Welcoming home a fallen mate

The Unknown Soldier: Welcoming home a fallen mate

Remembrance Day in 2018 marks the 25th anniversary of the return of the Unknown Soldier – a historic national event that would not have been possible without the support of the Australian Funeral Directors Association and its members across Australia. The Tomb of the...

Self care in grief: The myth of keeping busy

Self care in grief: The myth of keeping busy

If you’ve experienced a loss, it’s more than likely that someone at some point has advised you to “keep busy”. Have you tried it? Did it work? Or was busyness merely a distraction? The idea that keeping busy will fix your broken heart or help you recover more quickly...