Scattering Of Ashes
As Australians, we all have an affinity with the sea. A commonly chosen setting for a final resting place for ashes is in the waters of our wide blue oceans, and our flotillas can assist in facilitating these final wishes. As part of the proceedings, we will provide you with a record of the exact location of the scattering of ashes, so you will always know, and be able to visit, where your loved one is resting.
Your local Flotilla will be able to facilitate the scattering of ashes and also answer any questions you may have before the day
Coast Guard Noosa (QF5) Memorial Wall
Coast Guard Noosa recently completed a mile stone with it’s Memorial Wall which is located at the Coast Guard Noosa base at Munna Point, Noosaville.
The Memorial Wall was built as a service to the local community entirely by Coast Guard Noosa volunteers with materials largely donated by local businesses and has now reached the milestone of 100 memorial plaques or reserved sites sold in its first 6 months since being commissioned in June 2015. That is 10% of its capacity.
The official Blessing and Dedication of the Memorial Wall took place at 10.00 am on Sunday the 14th of June 2015 and was attended by approximately 125 people including Councillor Bob Abbot who with the then Commander John Milland was instrumental in gaining council permission for the wall to be built.