\"Already 32 people have paid up to $70,000 each for their spots, and you better get in quick because there's only eight left,\" Mr Kenny said. Even the co-founders hold some doubts, but Australia’s first cryonics facility is on track to open next year, introducing the possibility for human beings to be frozen after death for preservation. Southern Cryonics director Peter Tsolakides spoke to on 2GB on Wednesday to discuss the Southern Cryonics facility at Holbrook, between Sydney and Melbourne, which is set to open in 2022. But Mr Tsolakides said Southern Cryonics founding members could be “suspended” once they die. “The technology for freezing people, let's call it ‘suspending’ them because it’s way below freezing temperatures, but suspending them is reasonably well known,” Mr Tsolakides said.