Described as a unique and intimate chapel, the Mawson is designed with a serene water feature. The natural environment located at the front of the chapel, provides a peaceful ambience and comforting setting to farewell a loved one. The Mawson is ideal for smaller services seating up to 35 people.
A funeral service fills several important needs when we experience the death of someone we love. It is a way for us to publicly show respect and honour the life of our loved one who is no longer with us. It is important that the service has meaning for you and meets your expectations in providing the perfect tribute.
Located in the heart of Centennial Park overlooking picturesque gardens and framed with wisteria vines, our award-winning Jubilee Complex is tailored to suit the varying needs of families. The Jubilee Complex is a South Australian icon and hosts three non-denominational chapels that vary in size and style. Each chapel is named after an iconic South Australian. The Mawson is named after explorer Sir Douglas Mawson who bravely conquered the frozen expanse of the Antarctic, The Florey is named after Sir Howard Florey who developed the first penicillin-based antibiotic medicine and The Heysen is named after South Australian artist Sir Hans Heysen. Each chapel is fitted with modern audio visual equipment that is ideal for showing family photos or videos.