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From the more classic and traditional, to the cutting-edge and trendy, we will always offer you fresh, stunning floral designs, timely delivery with that special, personal touch.

One Flower blends European-inspired tradition with contemporary design.

Whatever your event, our One Flower arrangements bring colour, vitality and rhythm to your home or workplace or to any hospital. We also specialise in intimate events including engagement parties, bridal and baby showers, dinner gatherings, holiday rendezvous, graduation celebrations, and business meetings – to name a few.

It is our desire to support you with any local, as well as worldwide deliveries; and keep in mind that parties, special events and corporate accounts are always welcome. For your ease, we give daily floral delivery to local hospitals and funeral homes.

We always strive to satisfy our customers and get to know them, building an enduring rapport you can depend on.

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Discover Tasmania

Separated by Bass Strait and commonly known as “Tassie”, Tasmania is an island State of the Commonwealth of Australia situated 240 kilometres from the Australian mainland in the south, and is. Tasmania is also recognised as the 26th largest island in the world. Its population is close to 508,000, virtually half residing in the Greater Hobart zone, which is the state capital of the state.

Being promoted as a natural state and Australia’s smallest state, Tasmania has almost 45% in National Parks, Reserves and World Heritage Sites. It is a state with beautiful and wild landscapes, helpful and friendly residents having that relaxed island existence.

The sceneries of Tasmania have a reputation for transmuting with the seasons. You may see a brushing of snow in winter, stunning blue skies in summer, a burst of wildflowers in spring, and subtle autumn light.

Abel Tasman, the Dutch explorer made the initial reported European sighting of the island in November 1642. Initially, he named the island “Anthony van Diemen’s Land” after his benefactor Anthony van Diemen who was the Governor of the Dutch East Indies. The British later renamed it to “Van Diemen’s Land”. Subsequently, in January 1856, the island officially became “Tasmania” to honour the first European pioneer.

Up until the end of the last glacial period (approximately 10,000years ago), Tasmania was connected to Australia’s mainland. As such, a considerable part of the island is made up of Jurassic dolerite disturbances (upsurge of magma) through other rock forms, at times developing large column linkages. Tasmania has the world's major areas of dolerite, with numerous characteristic cliffs and mountains shaped from this type of rock.

The southeast portions and the central highlands of the island are mostly dolerite where a good illustration of this is Mount Wellington, positioned above Hobart. It displays separate columns known as the Organ Pipes. As far south as Hobart in the southern midlands the dolerite has an underlay of sandstone and similar alluvial stones.