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Welcome to Edward (Ted) Bull & Daughter Funeral Directors

Funeral Directors Melbourne

Edward (Ted) Bull & Daughter Funeral Directors Mornington are a Australian family owned and operated funeral home. We not only give exceptional quality funerals but also at affordable prices.

With over sixty years of experience in the funeral home business, Edward (Ted) Bull Funeral Directors Mornington prides themselves on old-fashioned values. Not to mention, integrity, compassion and reputation are of utmost importance. All in all, Edward (Ted) Bull Funeral Directors promises to never compromise on these ideals.

Being a family owned funeral home allows us to give special attention to the needs of each grieving family member. In addition to this we can conduct our funerals at a lower price than larger funeral homes. Our services include secure fixed cost pre-paid funerals, pre-arranged funerals, cremation, burial and memorial services. With no nasty surprises or hidden fees makes Edward (Ted) Bull & Daughter Funeral Directors Mornington the funeral home that you can trust.

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The Bitterest tears shed over graves are
for words left unsaid and deeds left undone.

– Harriet Beecher Stowe


Why Choose us?

How to Plan a Memorial Service

Holding a memorial service is perhaps the most beautiful way of commemorating the passing away of a loved one. It gives you the opportunity to pay tribute to the person whom you loved so dearly. The experience of sharing anecdotes of the times spent together is greatly cathartic for many. It is therefore important that


How to Select a Funeral Director

To part with a loved one is overwhelmingly challenging for anyone. It takes enormous emotional strength to prepare oneself for life without one’s loved one. Becoming a part of the funeral is the first step towards embracing the fact that the person you so loved does not exist anymore. Choosing the right funeral director is


How to Make Preparations for a Funeral

    The passing away of a loved one is an extremely challenging time for the bereaved family. The grieving members are going through an emotional roller coaster when they have to take on the responsibility of making funeral arrangements for their loved one. It can never be easy to say the last goodbye to


Meet our Funeral Directors on the Mornington Peninsula

Edward (Ted) Bull & Daughter Funeral Directors, Mornington Peninsula was established in Somerville in 1976, by Ted Bull himself. Ted recognised the need for a personalised ceremony service that truly paid attention to the wants of grieving families. Over sixty years’ experience in the funeral home industry has given Ted a great wealth of knowledge, which he today passes on to his daughter Joanne.

The values that Ted built his funeral home on still stand. Integrity, compassion, and reputation are the foundations that drive every aspect of Edward (Ted) Bull & Daughter Funeral Directors in Somerville. With special care given to individual needs and understanding the importance of these last precious memories, we promise to carry out every detail with respect, sincerity, and professionalism.

Families come to Edward (Ted) Bull & Daughter Funeral Directors Mornington Peninsula because they know they will receive the very best advice, attention and affordable prices. So, whether you are looking for a funeral director on the Mornington Peninsula to plan a secure, fixed cost or prepaid funeral, prearranged funeral, cremation, burial or memorial service, you can count on Edward (Ted) Bull & Daughter Funeral Directors, Mornington Peninsula to keep your concerns in mind.

If you wish to hold the funeral service in a Mornington Peninsula venue then we can assist you to select the one that is right. There are a number of venues that will comfortably accommodate large gatherings for funeral services in Somerville, and we also coordinate with churches, chapels, crematoriums, and other organisations for funeral services throughout the Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne’s south-eastern suburbs and surrounding areas we serve.

Contact Edward (Ted) Bull & Daughter Funeral Directors, Mornington Peninsula for a no-obligation consultation at (03) 5977 5684.

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Based on some positive changes announced by Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), the following will apply.  
Starting 22 November 2020: Last Step restrictions are now in place for Victoria with changes made to funeral gathering numbers and the wearing of face masks.

  • Funerals are allowed up to 150 peopleplus the people required to conduct the funeral whether held indoors or outdoors. This is subject to venue capacity, and adherence to all safety protocols
  • Functions held at Bunurong Memorial Park are allowed up to 150 people. This is subject to the venue capacity, density requirements of one person per four-square meters and adherence to all safety protocols such as social distancing and mask-wearing.
  • Functions held at a restaurant or café, or at a community venue, can have up to 150 people subject to the venue’s permitted capacity.
  • Functions held at home include the members of your household and up to 15 visitors can attend.
  • Outdoors wearing is no longer required and where it is possible to stay more than 1.5 metres away from people.
  • Indoors wearing remains mandatoryFace mask use indoors remains very important in settings with poor ventilation and where there are lots of people nearby.
  • Unacceptable face masks – You must wear a fitted face mask that covers the nose and mouth. This means that face shields, bandanas, scarves or loose snoods, or loose neck gaiters on their own will no longer be considered a sufficient face covering
  • People who do not wear face coveringsand do not have a lawful excuse can be fined $200. Children who are under the age of 12 years old do not need to wear a face covering.
  • Record of all attendees - Venue operators and/or the funeral director are required to keep records of each person attending the funeral, for contact tracing purposes. Attendees should keep 1.5 metres between themselves and others not from their household, practice good hand hygiene, and stay home if you feel unwell.
  • Visiting a cemetery outside of a funeral is quite alright with the members of your household, your partner or in a group of up to 50 people at any one time
  • Penalties for noncompliance – Victoria Police can issue on the spot fines of up to $1,652 for individuals and up to $9,913 for businesses for:
    • Refusing or failing to comply with a public health risk power direction;
    • Refusing or failing to comply with emergency directions;
    • Refusing or failing to comply with a direction by the Chief Health Officer to provide information.
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