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Next-Day Flower Delivery

Get flowers fresh from the grower, delivered to anywhere in Brisbane. Our flowers arrive in our beautiful gift box, and because they haven't been sitting in a shop for days waiting to be purchased, they stay fresher and last longer. Order today and get free shipping and 10% off your first bouquet!

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10% Off & Free Delivery in Brisbane

Brisbanites are surrounded by nature. Built on the floodplain of the Brisbane River and with some of the best beaches in the world just around the corner, life in Brisbane combines the best of the natural Queensland lifestyle with the contemporary pleasures of living in one of Australia’s largest cities. And if you love flowers, you’re in luck! Brisbane has one of the biggest flower markets in Australia, and is just a short drive from the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers – definitely worth a visit. With less traffic and more affordable accommodation, it’s no wonder people are flocking to move here from other parts of the country!

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Brisbane Flower Markets

Containing much-loved vendors such as Flowerlovers, Brisbane Market Flowers, Lynch Market Flowers and Redlands Market Flowers, the Brisbane Flower Markets at Rocklea are sure worth getting to. Wholesalers source flowers directly from growers both locally and internationally – much like us! Or if you’re around in September, take a drive to Toowoomba to see a huge flower festival that has been running for over 70 years.

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City Botanic Gardens

A heritage listed garden set on Alice St in Brisbane city, the city botanic gardens contain some of the most mature and unusual botanic species in Brisbane and a wonderful collection of seasonal flowers. The site was selected by Walter Hill in 1828, and some of the older trees in the gardens were the first of their species in Australia, thanks to Hill’s experiments to adapt European species to the Australian environment. For over 100 years the gardens were also home to a tortoise named Harriet, who was reportedly collected from the Galapagos by Charles Darwin on his 1835 voyage. The gardens are described by the Queensland Heritage Register as “the most significant non-Aboriginal cultural landscape in Queensland”.

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