Janaza ( Islamic Burial) Service
Islam encourages its adherence to consider and be prepare for death with virtuous deeds. A companion of the Prophet once asked:
“O Prophet of Allah, who is the most sagacious and the most prudent among the people?”
The Prophet replied;
“Those who are most aware of death and prepare themselves for it. They are the wisest of people and will have honour in this world and a generous reward in the Hereafter”.
ISOMER offers a Janaza Burial Service for members and non-members, ensuring that Muslims are buried according to Islamic burial rites.
Our Janaza Burial Service assists the deceased family with the following:
- Obtaining the death certificate.
- Moving the deceased to the mosque and then to the cemetery.
- Preparing the deceased for the burial (ghusl).
- Making the arrangements for the funeral service (Janaza).
- Making the arrangements for the burial.
Who do I contact to arrange a Janaza Burial Service?
For information on current costs or to arrange a burial service, kindly contact one of the Janaza Burial Service representatives, noted below.
Br. Yusoef Davis
Mobile: 0401 349 984
Where is the deceased buried?
The deceased is buried in the Muslim area, at either the Springvale Cemetery or Bunurong Memorial Park. The family of the deceased decides which cemetery based on the cost, convenience and plot availability.
Springvale Botanical Cemetery
Location: 600 Princes Hwy, Springvale VIC 3171
The main entrance on Princes Highway (Dandenong Road) is opposite the Sandown Park Hotel. An additional entrance is on Police Road.
Melway Map 80 Ref. F7
When is the deceased buried?
Under normal circumstances, if a plot is available the deceased is buried within 24 hours. If the deceased dies late on a Friday, on the weekend or a public holiday then the burial costs charged by the cemetery increases hence the family may elect to wait until the next working day. In addition, delays may occur if the government requires an autopsy.
What is the cost of the Janaza Burial Service?
As there are costs incurred in the burial, such as the plot, use of the hearse and preparation of the deceased for burial, the Janaza Burial Service is not free. The fees are the responsibility of the deceased’s family although in some cases, it may be covered by insurance.
The cost of the Janaza Burial Service varies according to the cemetery used and the burial time.