To our valued families, all home transfers have a transfer fee applied, pricing is from $50 AUD depending on location.

Our Crematorium


Our purpose built pet crematorium is situated at Unit 1/ 16-18 Driftwood Court, Urangan. All council and government regulations have been met and our license to operate a pet crematorium was granted on the 16th August 2013. We have designed our premises using the same principal that you will find in most human funeral homes in Australia, offering dignity and respect throughout the experience.

We have a very tasteful viewing room if families want to spend time with their little or not so little loved one. Our viewing room is quiet and private if you feel like you want to say a personal goodbye.

We have full mortuary facilities and our furnaces are purpose designed and built for pets.  

We are very proud of our crematorium and welcome families to visit our premises at anytime during business hours. Prior arrangement is to be made please so we have a friendly staff member available to assist you. All of our memorial urns and plaques are on display.

We are IAOPCC- Accredited

Read on for more information about our accreditation from The International Association of Pet Cemeteries & Crematories (IAOPCC)


Forever Ours – Urangan, Queensland, Australia


Bridgewater, NJ – July 28, 2023 – The International Association of Pet Cemeteries and Crematories (IAOPCC) has announced it has awarded its highest honor to Forever Ours as it passes the industry’s first and only Pet Crematory Accreditation Program.

Pet parents can now feel reassured about the care their deceased animal receives since the worldwide Accreditation Standards were announced for pet cemeteries and crematories by the International Association of Pet Cemeteries and Crematories (IAOPCC).

Founded in 1971, the IAOPCC is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing the standards, ethics and professionalism of pet cemeteries and crematories worldwide.

In an industry with little regulations, the IAOPCC is the only organization with published recommended procedures for every step of the pet cremation process, including, transportation, each type of pet cremation, readily retrievable records, facility standards and continuing education for pet crematorium staff members. Following five years of study and research, these Accreditation standards, processes, and program of inspections were rolled out across the United States, Canada, and worldwide to its Members.

Prior to Accreditation, Kelly Buckley and staff spent time examining its systems, processes, and procedures to be sure every aspect met the IAOPCC’s standards of quality. Through the IAOPCC’s Accreditation Program, pet crematories are evaluated against a pool of more than 240 standards representing the best practices in pet cremation care and management. An international task force of crematory operators created and continually update the standards to reflect the latest developments and improvements in pet aftercare care, pet cremation techniques, records, cleanliness, staff and client safety, and areas essential to excellent pet and client care.

As a largely a self-regulated profession, the pet aftercare profession has little oversight, other than environmental regulations and business licensing. Currently there are only 2 states, Illinois and New York, in the United States that have any legal standards for pet cremation. With the introduction of the IAOPCC Accreditation Program, the IAOPCC has given the industry and the pet owner a measure of protection regarding the integrity of the pet aftercare processes from those pet crematories who seek out Accreditation and inspection.

For additional information, please contact the IAOPCC at 1-800-952-5541.