Princess Alexandra Hospital Flower Delivery

Stones Corner Flower Shop is an eco-friendly florist and we are conveniently located just a few minutes from Princess Alexandra Hospital.  Our courier picks up and delivers our flowers to the hospital twice daily, for either an AM or PM delivery.  

We recommend sending flowers to the hospital that are already arranged in a vase or container, that way the patient just has to top up the water each day, and there's no need to worry about finding the right size vase. 


Flowers Delivered Princess Alexandra Hospital

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 flower, so sending flowers from Stones Corner Flower Shop to Princess Alexandra Hospital will be an environmentally friendly gift choice.

Princess Alexandra Hospital Gifts Delivered

As well as flowers, Stones Corner Flower Shop stocks a wide variety of gifts for all occasions.  If you would like to have a care package or gift added to your hospital flower delivery, the friendly staff at Stones Corner Flower Shop can add chocolates, wine, candles or perhaps a cuddly soft toy! 

About Princess Alexandra Hospital

Princess Alexandra Hospital is a major Australian tertiary level teaching hospital of the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Queensland. It is one of Australia`s leading academic and research health centres that provides care in all major adult specialties, with the exception of obstetrics. 

The hospital has a catchment population of 1.6 million people with 780 beds and 5,800 full-time equivalent staff. Its services include acute medical, surgical, mental health, cancer, rehabilitation and allied health services. 

History of Princess Alexandra Hospital

The hospital was built on the site of the 1883 Diamantina Orphanage. It became Diamantina Hospital for Chronic Diseases in 1901.Turn into South Brisbane Auxiliary Hospital in 1943 and then the South Brisbane Hospital in 1956. 

It was in 1959 when it became the Princess Alexandra Hospital.The hospital was opened by and named after HRH Princess Alexandra, to mark the Centennial of Queensland.

Tourist Attractions near Princess Alexandra Hospital

Astounding attractions near the hospital include the South Bank Parklands that features free swimming facilities, walking tracks, licensed picnic areas and more.

There is Brisbane Botanic Gardens, the Queensland`s premier subtropical botanic gardens. This garden includes Japanese Garden, Tropical Dome, and Children’s Playground.

Tourists can also visit Maritime Museum to examine relics and hear about the tales behind the area`s rich nautical history.

Schools near Princess Alexandra Hospital

Queensland School of Film and Television is a leading private education provider for digital media, television and filmmaking. It helps students to recognise their talent and encourages openness and creativity through their training and career path.