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Sydney Florist

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If you are requiring help in choosing flowers, One Flower will deliver fresh, beautiful flowers for all occasions to all suburbs in Sydney, Australia and – yes – worldwide if you have the need!

It’s ever so easy … just call or better still, get online and you need go no further! We have a netword of over 50 Sydney florists to help you get the flowers you order out to a loved one or friend.

Rest assured, your flower arrangements will be hand-crafted, individually colour wrapped by our expert florists for the best value-for-money and personal service that will gain a long-lasting relationship.

Remember, you can rely on One Flower to deliver gorgeous flowers for important occasions like Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Christmas, to name a few, using the best flowers for the occasion.

Did you know One Flower is an Australian family owned and operated business, specialising in customised orders? Essentially, since we first opened our doors to the Australian market, we have been revolutionising our flower products and arrangements, always with the clear objective of addressing the specific needs and demands of the market. Our goal had been, and still is your one-stop-shop for all your flowers needs, so we constantly come up with flower packages and arrangements suited for all occasions and events – hence One Flower Delivery Florist.

We adhere to the best quality standards with every one of our products; thus, making us the preferred florist in Australia.

All of our business management practices are consistent with our enshrined family values, and above all, we aim to come up with flower products that are meant to bring absolute delight to our clients, as we work on each and every flower arrangement and flower products with passion and with heart.

Truly, we treat our clients as family, making us even more motivated to work towards their satisfaction. We will help you connect and express yourself through flowers.

Now, how good is that!

Discover Sydney

New South Wales had been colonised by Aboriginal people for many thousands of years before the arrival of Europeans. Speaking more than 250 different dialect languages, the Aboriginal people encompassed approximately 300 nation-states. Being hunter-gatherers, Aborigines had developed a deep relationship with the land they occupied, and an exclusive knowledge of its animals and plants. By the beginning of 1788 when the first Europeans arrived, there were over 1500 Aborigines belonging to numerous tribes inhabiting the region from Broken Bay to Botany Bay and through to Parramatta.

During this time, Sydney had been chosen as a prisoner penal colony taking in convicts from jails in England that were overfull. Within twenty years, Governor Lachlan Macquarie had chronicled a new course for New South Wales as the first state of Australia, making it a culture of free men and women. During this occurrence, it was revealed that fine merino wool could be produced in the broad plains of New South Wales. In turn, the economic future of the country was guaranteed.

Sydney's character over the past few hundred years has been converted from a largely Anglo-Irish people to one of the world's most culturally varied cities with over 180 different nationalities making Sydney their home.

You can absorb all about the antiquity of Sydney's most familiar cultural icons, landmarks and streets on a behind-the-scenes excursion or a self-guided walk.

You can also discover some of Sydney's finest heritage fascinations along Macquarie Street, which has substantial instances of colonial architecture of Australia. These comprise Parliament House, Hyde Park Barracks, the Mitchell Library, which is a section of the State Library of New South Wales, and St. James' Church. The Queen Victoria Building in Sydney’s CBD, with its glorious stained glass windows and grand staircases, is a distinguished example of architecture from the Victorian era. Now, as a place to eat and shop, this architectural masterpiece displays its own secrets.

Formerly called the Historic Houses Trust, you can use the Ticket through Time pass from what is now termed the Sydney Living Museums to determine the finest heritage attractions of Sydney at your own leisure. This pass gives you unlimited entry for three months into heritage properties and twelve museums in Sydney, including Government House, Hyde Park Barracks, Vaucluse House, Susannah Place and the Justice and Police Museum.

You also can cycle or walk the streets of Sydney and appreciate indebtedness for the rich architectural heritage of Sydney on a Sydney Architecture Walks Tour. There is also behind the scenes tours of the Sydney Opera House, showing a peek backstage into the concert halls, orchestra pits and dressing rooms that have fascinated extraordinary performers from around the world.