Coopers Plain Flower Delivery

When you are looking for a floral gift for a loved one or work colleague the friendly staff at Stones Corner Flower Shop can design something amazing!  Order before 12 noon Monday - Friday for your same day Coopers Plain flower delivery. Or you can organise a free pickup from our Stones Corner pickup location.

Flowers Delivered Coopers Plain

Choosing Stones Corner Flower Shop means you have chosen a florist that has made a considered decision to provide you with the freshest flowers while causing the least possible harm to our environment.

Where ever possilbe we source locally Australian grown flowers, so sending a flower gift to Coopers Plain will be an environmentally friendly gift.

Coopers Plain Gifts Delivered

Stones Corner Flower Shop stocks a wide variety of floral gifts for all occasions whether you need to send Thank You Flowers or Anniversary Flowers we’ve got you covered.  We also stock a beautiful range of hampers and other non floral gifts!

About Coopers Plain

Coopers Plains in the City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia is an upper southern suburb. Coopers Plains had a population of 5,483 at the 2016 census.

Coopers Plains is situated 11 kilometers (7 mi) southwest of the Brisbane CBD. The Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital is based in the area.

History of Coopers Plain

The town was originally named Plains of Cowper. It was possibly named after Dr. Henry Cowper, Assistant Surgeon-in-Charge at the Moreton Bay Penal Settlement from 1823 until 1832, by Patrick Logan.

In 1828 a convict settlement was established at Cowper`s Plains. The name was corrupted, and the area became known as Coopers Plains by 1860. It became known as Coopers Plains by 1877. In 1876 the first postal office opened.

In October 1884, T Howling & Co advertised 275 allotments of "Flemington Estate" for sale. A map advertising the sale states that the estate was close to the railway station in Coopers Plains, and that coaches passed the estate every day.

Tourist attraction in Coopers Plain

Brittain Park is located in Coopers Plains, along Troughton Road. The park consists of a large field where soccer, football, cricket, and/or beach volleyball are free to play. A car park is available on Troughton Rd for use by anyone, as well as street parking. There is also a bus stop on Troughton Rd ahead of the park.

Schools in Coopers Plain

The Coopers Plains State School at 61 Orange Grove Road is a primary government (Prep-6) school for boys and girls. The school had 184 students enrolled in 2017, and 18 teachers (13 full-time equivalent) and 13 non-teaching personnel (8 full-time equivalent).