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With an archive of over 2 million notices spanning three decades, MyTributes is a trusted space for families to safely and respectfully preserve their loved one’s memory.

Whether people need to inform the community of a recent loss through a death notice, celebrate a cherished life through a tribute notice, share a eulogy or find a local funeral director, MyTributes is Australia’s most trusted destination for families to preserve their loved one’s legacy.

How to place a notice


Register and log in.


Add the content of your print and online notice.


Customise and schedule your booking.


Once you confirm payment, you're good to go!

Prefer to speak to someone over the phone?

Call MyTributes today on 13 11 35 to enquire.

Frequently asked questions

1. What are the different types of tribute notices published?

The below classifications can be booked:

Death Notices - announce the passing of a loved one or pay tribute to someone who has recently passed.

Tributes & Condolences - send messages of condolence to family and friends of someone who has passed or pay tribute to the deceased on an anniversary.

Bereavement Thanks - thank those who have cared for or paid tribute to someone who has passed.

Funeral Notices - advise family, friends and the community of the funeral, wake, celebration of life details. Usually placed by Funeral Directors but can be placed by next of kin.

Memorial Services - advise family, friends and the community of details of a memorial or mind mass service.

Funeral Directors & Services - for Funeral Directors and those who provide end of life services to advertise.

2. What publications do MyTributes appear in?

New South Wales: Mosman Daily, North Shore Times, Wentworth Couier, Daily Telegraph, and The Sunday Telegraph.

South Australia: The Advertiser and Sunday Mail.

Queensland: Daily Mercury, Sunday Mail, Sunshine Coast Daily, Cairns Post, Courier-Mail, Gold Coast Bulletin, Toowoomba Chronicle, and Townsville Bulletin.

Victoria: Geelong Advertiser, Herald Sun, Sunday Herald Sun, and Weekly Times.

Tasmania: Hobart Mercury and Sunday Tasmanian.

Northern Territory: NT News and Sunday Territorian.

3. What information do I need to place a notice?

You will need the Funeral Director contact details or coroners case number

As part of our policy, we need to confirm someone's passing prior to publication. If you're unable to provide formal confirmation of death, the process we follow is to place your notice on hold for up to 5 business days, allowing time for such confirmation to be received from parties such as Funeral Directors.

4. What happens if I don't have the funeral home details? Can I send them later?

If you obtain details that allow us to confirm passing you can email them to, ensuring you put the booking reference number and name of the deceased in the email. If we do not receive the necessary information within this time, a refund will be available, and we will contact you to discuss further options. You are unable to edit the notice while it is on hold. To provide the Funeral/Cremation home details please email as per above.

5. What happens if someone dies overseas?

If the deceased has passed away or is being buried overseas and not under the care of an Australian Funeral Director, for immediate family members (parent, spouse, sibling, or child), our customer support team will personally review and release the notice to publish. We kindly request that the non-immediate family provide us with confirmation of death, such as an overseas publication notice.

6. How long does a notice remain online?

All death, funeral or tribute/condolence notices remain online indefinitely unless and end date is requested.

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