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Whether you are looking for unusual exotic and tropical flowers, serene lilies, sumptuous roses, cheerful sunflowers, fresh freesias, tantalising tulips, gorgeous table arrangements, lasting carnations, or sunny gerberas, you will find it in our One Flower internet store. Being also an online florist we want to help you craft that perfect gift; so please get in touch with our Customer Service because One Flower has invested heavily in technology for Mobile Devices and as such, and is the industry leader in Mobile technology and useability. You can now order flowers on ANY DEVICE including any iPhone or Android mobile or tablet, with just a few simple swipes. It really is that easy.

Passing on emotions can be difficult, but we assure you we are here to help. Why not check out our flower offers section where you will observe wonderful value for money deals on floral bouquets. One Flower has that extraordinary understanding of what people want. When buying flowers around Australia, no longer do people want to buy ‘old school’ flowers, from ‘old school’ websites. We have taken the process of ordering flowers out of the last millennium and put a ‘NEW Gen’ edge on it for a much more modern and user friendly flower buying experience.

One Flower has the industry’s most cutting edge website where you can order our flowers online, from anywhere in the world, at any time of the day.

Discover Queensland

The second largest and third most populated state in Australia, Queensland (QLD), is located in the northeast region of the country. It is bordered by the Pacific Ocean and Coral Sea to the east, New South Wales to the south, South Australia in the southwest, and Northern Territory to the west. It has a population of approximately 4,570,000 residents mainly concentrated along the coast and predominantly in the southeast.

Brisbane is the capital and largest city in the state, and third largest in Australia. Qld is also referred to as the “Sunshine State”, has the nation’s third largest economy, and is home to 10 of Australia’s 30 largest cities.

Made up of 14 exceptional and fascinating destinations for you to explore, Queensland really is like no other place on earth. From our apparently infinite coastlines to the huge areas of the outback, the world famous Great Barrier Reef, and our display of pristine rainforests, Queensland is a living and breathing giant postcard, just waiting to be re-discovered! 

Come and witness a place where the inhabitants want to share their secrets; where the wildlife position themselves for your photos, and where you can feast like a celebrity one night and recuperate in a tiny coastal town the next morning. 

The state was named in honour of Queen Victoria in 1859 when the colony was separated from New South Wales. However, the first occupants were the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. The initial European to touch the shores of Queensland was the Dutch explorer, Willem Janszoon in 1606.