Lawn Memorials Bunbury

Lawn Memorials

Lawn Memorials are a lovely way to create an enduring memory of a loved one. Lawn Memorials consist of a headstone and base and are placed in the Lawn section of cemeteries.

Please see a selection of our Lawn Memorials below showing a range of different designs and granite colours.

Download our catalogue for our most requested designs in a variety of granite colours. You can mix and match designs in the catalogue, as well as create custom designed memorials. Please contact us to speak with one of our consultants to answer all of your questions and help you with your individual memorial design.

 

A Small Sample Of Our Lawn Memorials

Choosing A Lawn Monument

Granite is the most popular material used for memorials as it is extremely long lasting and requires little maintenance.

Marble is another option however the durability and colour quality of marble over time will depend upon the environmental conditions to which it is exposed.

As marble is a soft and porous stone we recommend that it is only used for headstones and granite is used for the other design elements requiring greater strength and durability such as kerbs, ledgers and bases.

Download our catalogue for our most requested designs in a variety of granite colours. You can mix and match designs in the catalogue, as well as create custom designed memorials. Please contact us to speak with one of our consultants who can guide you through the selection process.

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Visit us at 3/26 McCombe Road, Davenport, Bunbury, WA, 6230

Quality Workmanship

We only use the finest materials and we guarantee the quality and workmanship of every memorial we create.

Personalised Memorials

Your loved one was special and their memorial should be too. Every memorial we create is personalised.

50+ Years Experience

The Bovell Family has been involved in the stone industry for over 50 years and has 3 generations working in the business.

Care & Understanding

Our caring and professional consultants understand and respect the difficulty involved in selecting a memorial after the loss of a loved one.