For people with terminal illness or in palliative care, a simple chance to reconnect with their lives, families and friends can mean the world. The Flying Doctor Memory Lane service supports people to visit a place of personal significance; to admire their own garden, to feel the breeze of the seaside, or to be surrounded by their loved ones and pets.

Our custom-built Memory Lane vehicles enable people in end of life care to overcome access barriers, visiting a place that holds meaning safely and comfortably. Our expertise in transporting people to access needed health and well-being services means we are well-placed to deliver on our commitment.

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Are you looking to give back to your community?

The impact it has on the family when they see that their loved one is being treated so respectfully and that we are fulfilling their last wish, I think that gives the family a sense of closure, knowing that the person went out on a high note.” (I. McKenzie – Kyabram to Echuca journey)

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Are you treating or caring for someone who has one more wish?

John was very sick, and we had a frank conversation about if there was anything we could do for him, or anything he needed before something happened,” (M. Zobec – After Care Services Manager).

Support Us

Are you looking to remember someone special?

The difference it makes will not earn a cent or make a profit, neither does it medically improve the health of the patient, but it’s clear how much these actions have enormous value for both the individual and their families.” (D. Williams – Memory Lane Donor) 

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See how you can refer a client to us
Donate in memory of a loved one

Volunteer with Us

Are you looking to give back to your community?

The impact it has on the family when they see that their loved one is being treated so respectfully and that we are fulfilling their last wish, I think that gives the family a sense of closure, knowing that the person went out on a high note.” (I. McKenzie – Kyabram to Echuca journey)

See how you can volunteer with us

Partner with Us

Are you treating or caring for someone who has one more wish?

John was very sick, and we had a frank conversation about if there was anything we could do for him, or anything he needed before something happened,” (M. Zobec – After Care Services Manager).

See how you can refer a client to us

Support Us

Are you looking to remember someone special?

The difference it makes will not earn a cent or make a profit, neither does it medically improve the health of the patient, but it’s clear how much these actions have enormous value for both the individual and their families.” (D. Williams – Memory Lane Donor) 

Donate in memory of a loved one