Moorooka Flower Delivary

When you are looking for a floral gift for a loved one, friend, 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 Moorooka flower delivery. Or you can organise a free pickup from our Stones Corner pickup location.

Flowers Delivered Moorooka

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 possible we source locally and Australian grown flowers, so sending a flower gift to Moorooka will be an environmentally friendly gift.

Moorooka 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 Moorooka 

Moorooka is a suburb of southern Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Moorooka had a population of 10,368 at the 2016 census.

Moorooka is 9.0 kilometers (5.6 mi) off road south of the central business district of Brisbane.

History of Moorooka

Before the European settlement, the land was inhabited by the Australian Native Jagera people. The area was likely a hunting ground with an abundance of food and water. The word Moorooka is an indigenous word, meaning either `iron bark,` referring to the area`s numerous iron bark trees, or `long nose,` referring to the periphery of Mt. Toohey.

Tourist attraction in Moorooka

Moorooka State School at Sherley Street, Moorooka, City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia is a heritage-listed State school. The structures were planned by the Public Works Department (Queensland) and Frederick George Kirkegard with the first structures being constructed from 1928 to 1929. On 28 August 2015, it was added to the Queensland Heritage Register.

Schools in Moorooka

Moorooka State School in Sherley Street is a government primary school (Prep-6) for boys and girls. The school had 341 students enrolled in 2017, with 34 teachers (25 full-time equivalent) and 24 non-teaching staff (17 full-time equivalent). It includes a special training programme. It has a large multicultural culture and hosts a festival annually in July.

St Brendan`s Primary School in Hawtree Street is a Catholic primary school (Prep-6) for boys and girls. In 2017 the school had 80 students enrolled with 15 teachers (10 full-time equivalent) and 13 non-teachers (5 full-time equivalent).