East Coast Memorials – Public Monuments

East Coast Memorials, have a great deal of experience with public monuments such as War Memorials, Commemorative Tributes to individuals and historical events in public situations.

Often people or organisations will like to construct public monuments commemorating  service in the armed forces in conflicts and peace keeping operations.

These public monuments have been custom built for our clients, ranging from small to large monuments, in all varieties of stones.

Foundation Stones, Opening Plaques and Footpath Set Stone pieces with historical references have also been commissioned by government, councils, businesses  & RSL clubs.

Dedicatory plaques have been our speciality, with many of our finest pieces on display in Ballina.

Let Us Help You

Organising a headstone for a loved one can be a very daunting task. East Coast Memorials are here to help you. Contact us for pricing on headstones, pet memorials & public monuments and get a a free quote today.

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At East Coast Memorials we would like to serve as a guide to help aid you through the process of remembering your loved ones passed.  Please feel free to contact us if we can be of any assistance through this often difficult time.At East Coast Memorials we would like to serve as a guide to help aid you through the process of remembering your loved ones passed.  Please feel free to contact us if we can be of any assistance through this often difficult time.

Contact Details

info@eastcoastmemorials.com.au

02 6684 5555
02 6681 1913 (work shop)
0418 455 416 (mobile)

See our Contact Details page for more details.

Testimonials

“Thank you for doing such a beautiful job, it will always bring back the fondest of memories for us”

Deborah Anderson

“Professional, Reliable, Prompt & Discreet. All of theses are an asset to your business, thanks for making it easy for me during a difficult time”

Peter Flinch

“East Coast Memorials really helped me along my journey of finding a suitable headstone for our beloved Mother”

Sally Umbridge