1996 – Diversity in memorials continued to grow in the coming years, with more families choosing lawn burials over traditional monumental burials. This increased RPCV’s involvement in the community, working with families to supply bronze plaque memorials on lawn graves. To facilitate greater access to memorialisation services, RPCV’s new main administration office within the grounds of the Eaglehawk Remembrance Park was officially opened in 1996.

RPCV continued to expand memorial services, creating a wide variety of memorials for ashes including rose and native gardens, memorial walls and lakeside positions and offering a broad range of bronze and granite plaques. RPCV continue to plan future development of sites ensuring our remembrance parks remain a place of enduring and accessible remembrance into perpetuity.