Meet Allan Drew Funerals in Castle Hill NSW

Since 1980 Allan Drew and his funeral directors have been there for the people of the Hills District and surrounding areas. Allan Drew and all the staff at his funeral homes promise to continue this service into the future.

Allan Drew Funerals in Castle Hills provides support and guidance to families in Sydney’s Hills District and the surround suburbs of Glenhaven, Cherrybrook, West Pennant Hills, Baulkham Hills, Bella Vista, Kellyville and North Rocks. Our funeral home is only 24km from Sydney CBD.

Our experienced, caring funeral directors work with families of both religious and non-religious backgrounds, helping to create celeberations of life, hope, faith and love for those left behind. While the majority of local families are of Catholic or Anglican faiths, we respect difference and can help you arrange a funeral aligned to your family’s beliefs.

Allan Drew Funerals

221 Old Northern Road
Castle Hill NSW 2154

Phone (24/7):
(02) 9680 1344
(02) 9899 7558
Monday-Friday: 8.30am - 5.00pm
Saturday-Sunday: by appointment
A beautifully maintained historic chapel which comfortably seats 120 people and function which can accommodate 150 to 200 people area is available.
Parking is available for 25 cars in the funeral home car park. There is also plenty of free street parking available on Francis Street and in the immediate area.

Allan Drew Funerals Castle Hill is available whenever you need us on (02) 9680 1344.

Funeral services in Castle Hill

The historic chapel at Allen Drew Funerals in Castle Hill is a beautiful, stately venue for a funeral or memorial service, and is a popular choice for families in the local area. However, our funeral directors can happily work with you to arrange a funeral at any location that befits your loved one’s life.

Your choices for the funeral ceremony include:

  • Allan Drew Funerals Chapel on Old Northern Road, Castle Hill
  • A local church (St Bernadette's Catholic Church in Castle Hill, St Paul's Anglican Church in Castle Hill, Castle Hill Baptist Church, Dayspring Church in Castle Hill, Wesley Castle Hill Uniting Church, Life Church Castle Hill)
  • Any other destination of your choosing

Following the ceremony, your loved one can be buried or memorialised at Castlebrook Memorial Park, Castle Hill Cemetery or Riverstone Cemetery.

Facilities at our Castle Hill funeral home

In addition to our beautiful chapel, which comfortably seats 120 people, there is also:

  • a function room accommodating 150 to 200 people to gather after the service
  • an arrangement room
  • a coffin selection room

Our audio-visual equipment consists of TV screens, projector and speakers. We can offer you the option to play both music and videos if you wish in both the chapel and the function room.

Parking is available for 25 cars in the funeral home car park including 1 designated disabled parking spot. If the car park is full, there is also plenty of free street parking available on Francis Street and in the immediate area.

Our funeral home is accessible for visitors in wheelchairs and other mobility aids.

Our people

The team at Allan Drew Funerals Castle Hill are with you every step of the way, keeping you informed and guiding you through the arrangements as much or as little as you need.

Meet Robert James, Allan Drew Funerals Castle Hill’s Location Manager

What do you enjoy about your job?

I am a career funeral director, (4th Generation) called to my profession in 1974. My aim, always has been and, remains to be the best I can and to elevate the standards of my peers and the company we work for. Client families have always been at the core of my existence, creating the drive to learn, excel and mentor.   

How long have you been a location manager?

Joining the company in 1992 as Area Manager for the East in Simplicity. I then moved into General Managers Assistant, Regional Manager (East) and various Training, Area manager, Location Manager and mentoring roles in those 26 years. Lastly, I ended up again at Castle Hill with Allan Drew Funerals (previously here between 2007 -2010).

What do you enjoy in your spare time?

Motor cycling, fishing, boating and walking would be the main pursuits outside of work although, now enjoying our first grandchild.

Are there any special community groups you work with or support?

Rotary, Lions, Ulysses MC Club, Legacy and various bowls clubs would be the main beneficiaries of our sponsorship and time. Local churches and several smaller charities and organisations make up the rest of our focus.

We always seek to engage our community through 'Blanket Drives' or art showings in our Function Room.  Our Italian, Maltese, Asian and Indian communities are all served equally well.