He featured in 198 ODIs - scoring six centuries and 30 half-centuries - while also contributing 133 wickets with his more than handy off-spin and medium pace.
A report in the Daily Mail said on Friday that Symonds' children and his two beloved dogs will be there during the ceremony to pay tribute to the legendary cricketer.
Symonds' untimely demise comes after the deaths of leg-spin legend Shane Warne and wicketkeeper Rod Marsh in a span of less than 24 hours in March.
Symonds played in the IPL for now-defunct Deccan Chargers and Mumbai Indians in the final stages of his career.
The Queenslander was seen as 'a larger-than-life figure who drew a widespread fan base during his peak years for not only his hard-hitting ways but his larrikin persona'.
As per a Queensland police statement, Symonds was in a single-car crash at about 10:30 pm.