At David W Bull Funeral Director we continue to follow advice provided by the Department of Health and we are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment to all client families, employees and our communities. Please be assured that our business as usual practices continue to meet and care for our client families needs.

From 1st June 2020, up to 50 people will be able to attend indoor and outdoor funeral gatherings in addition to the Funeral Director and essential staff, subject to social distancing directives.

Please keep in mind that any indoor services will be conditional to the four-square-metres per person rule and there are strict capacity limitations. Therefore we will advise the Number of people who can attend at the Venue requested or arranged.

The requirement to record the contact details of all attendees will still apply. We thank you all for partnering with us to ensure community safety by providing us with accurate lists of attendees at the gathering.

We hope the above new changes will bring relief and support to our  communities by having an increased presence of family and friends
as families honour their loved ones.

We also thank our families and communities for compiling and also their understanding and support at such a difficult and sad time.

As this situation changes please check for updated funeral arrangements as we will endeavour to update any changes as soon as possible.​

We also remind you that we can record all funeral services with a copy provided to the family. This allows families to make multiple copies, distribute as required and allows family/friends to view at their discretion. We can also arrange the option of webcasting the funeral service.

If you are unable to attend a funeral service you can use our website to send a condolence message to the family.

As a precautionary measure, we also request that you please remind families and friends experiencing symptoms similar to cold or flu that they do not attend funeral gatherings.

We will continue to actively monitor the developments as the situation evolves and are committed to keeping our community informed.

For any enquiries please contact us on (03) 59414888 or alternatively if you have specific enquiries in relation to COVID-19 the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services has a hotline for public information on COVID-19 which is
1800 675 398 and further information is also available