South Brisbane 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!  Our couriers will pick up and deliver your floral arrangement to South Brisbane Mon-Fri. Or you can organise a free pickup from our Stones Corner pickup location.

Flowers Delivered South Brisbane

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 South Brisbane will be an environmentally friendly gift.

South Brisbane 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 South Brisbane

South Brisbane is Brisbane City, Queensland, Australia `s inner suburb.The Kurilpa, Victoria and Goodwill bridges are located on the southern bank of the Brisbane river. Its population was 7,196 at the 2016 census.

History of South Brisbane

Together with West End and Highgate Hill, South Brisbane is known by local indigenous people as Kurilpa (meaning water rat). This area remains important in Indigenous life.

For many years, Musgrave Park has been a place of congregation for south-east Queensland`s Murri peoples. It is the site of a buried, bora ring. For fishing and gunyah construction, the Ngundari and Jagara groups were drawn to the river in south Brisbane.

European settlement began with the first land sales in 1843, followed by wharf construction along the banks of the River Brisbane.

Stanley Quay was the name of the first street in the area, later to become Stanley Street.

Tourist attraction in South Brisbane

The Parklands in the South Bank are one of the most popular tourist attractions in Brisbane. The parks are home to various restaurants and cafés as well as landmarks such as the Queensland Conservatory, Brisbane`s Wheel, Nepal Peace Pagoda, Streets Beach and Grand Arbour. Every year, roughly 11,000,000 people visit the South Bank Parklands.

Schools in South Brisbane

South Brisbane has several schools in a community including:

  • Brisbane State High School
  • Somerville House
  • St Laurence`s College
  • Griffith University (Southbank Campus)
  • Southbank Institute of Technology