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One Flower Bathurst can deliver an artistic responsiveness, skill and experience to the job of arranging flowers. Part of our job and part of the magic of a delivery florist like One Flower is helping people select the perfect flower for the perfect event. Our clever staff of skilled florists will help you find the precise flowers for you, whether it’s for a Birthday, Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day, or sending your deepest condolences.
There are typical selections, but eventually every gift will be an individual expression, and our florist’s speciality is to help their customer figure out the perfect gift. We take that responsibility very seriously, and have great pleasure in delivering happiness, One Flower, one delivery at a time.
We also make it our business of delivering beautiful and fresh arrangements and bouquets all over Bowral and Australia wide. We realise that our customers rely on us to not only guide them to the right selection of flowers, but to safeguard those flowers arrive looking lovely and fresh. Seeing as how often flowers are used to express love, a celebration, sympathy, or any other powerful emotion, we regard this as our one passion!
So now this is what we do for you. We deliver stunning, locally grown flowers to your workplace or home for a very competitive price. We believe flowers should be easy and accessible to acquire so that more people can appreciate flowers more often.
In Australia, many of the flowers available in stores and supermarkets can actually be more than a week between when they were cut and when they are placed on display in bad plastic and cellophane. Often they are frozen and air freighted. To us, this opposes what flowers should be all about.
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On the western flank of the Great Dividing Range lays Bathurst, positioned in the Macquarie River Plains. The city is situated on the banks of the Macquarie River which is also a section of the Murray Darling Basin, the main river structure in Australia. As it is on the banks of the river, Bathurst is sheltered by a levee bank to protect it from indiscriminate flooding. Only three kilometres from the central business district, Mount Panorama is situated, and is essentially within the city limits.
Two important state highways from Bathurst to Bourke are the Mid-Western and Mitchell Highways heading to the city of Hay. Approximately mid-way along a regional road from Canberra to Goulburn and Mudgee and the Hunter Region is the city of Bathurst, which can also be found alongside the Main Western Railway line. This railway begins at the Sydney Central Station and continues to Bathurst for 242 kilometres.
One of the major semi-nomadic tribes in New South Wales was considered to be the Wiradjuri Aboriginal people who were the initial residents of Bathurst. The Macquarie Valley is positioned between three rivers, specifically, the Macquarie, Murrumbidgee and Lachlan Rivers. These rivers provided a good source of duck and fish, with kangaroo, emu, and numerous appetising plants along the beaches.