Celebrating a special day and need beautiful flowers delivered to Benowa? Birdcage Florist got you covered. Order before 12 noon and we will get your flowers delivered at Benowa the same day.
Regardless of the occasion, from big events to small and simple get togethers, our expert florists at Birdcage Florist can help design and style your bouquets.
Order at our website, https://www.thebirdcageflorist.com.au or call us at 0449 789 830 before the afternoon and we will get your flowers ready and delivered to Benowa just in time you need it.
We have freshly picked flowers available every day for your special needs.
The Birdcage Florist has the most beautiful and fresh flowers available at Benowa. It can be delivered to you in an exquisite arrangement, or it can be customized to your preferences. Our flowers and bouquet arrangement are recognized for its wonderful fragrance, stunning colors, and beautiful foliage that is appropriate for any occasion.
Our lovely arrangement will fill the air with a pleasant aroma. Its magnificent beauty will enhance the aesthetic appeal of the surrounding area.
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Birdcage Florist is a dedicated florist with over 20 years of expertise serving Benowa. It established meaningful relationships with customers in Benowa and provides stunning, fresh flowers that contribute to the aesthetics of any event.
Birdcage Florist have flower shops at Westfield Benowa and Benowa City and our exceptional team is dedicated to making our customers happy and satisfied.
At Birdcage Florist, we're excited to provide same-day flower delivery through our website form Benowa. Our skilled florists have crafted each flower as a one-of-a-kind design. We make sending flowers a genuinely memorable experience, whether it's Mother's Day flowers, Valentine's Day flowers, or any other event.
Do you want your order to be delivered to Benowa? Simply place your order at our website, https://www.thebirdcageflorist.com.au or call us at 0449 789 830.
Benowa is a neighborhood of the Gold Coast City in Queensland, Australia. It's 3 kilometers (1.9 miles) west of Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast.
Benowa is divided into three distinct regions. Benowa, a well-established suburb located on the northern side of Ashmore Road, Benowa Hills, and Benowa Waters.
The Bundjalung word "Boonow," which means "bloodwood tree," was used to give the suburb its name. This name was eventually altered by European settlers looking for sugar cane along the Nerang River's banks. When a pioneer named Robert Muir used the name for his sugar plantation on the river's northern bank in 1870, it became permanent.
Benowa was described as having three sugar mills, a hotel, a racecourse, a courthouse, a store, and a blacksmith in Bailliere's Queensland Gazetteer (1876).
There are several places to see in Benowa.
Benowa Park, a local neighborhood park with barbeque amenities and a picnic shelter that is ideal for a small family gathering. Apex Park is also a neighborhood park featuring a playground. Netball courts may be found on the Benowa Road Reserve, which is a sports field.
The Gold Coast Regional Botanic Garden is located in the Benowa neighborhood and provides a delightful green get away from the city's bustle and commercial attractions.
Benowa State School, located at 314-358 Benowa Road, is a government primary (Early Childhood-6) school. St Kevin's Catholic School, located at 312 Benowa Road, is a Catholic primary (Prep-6) school. At Mediterranean Drive, Benowa State High School is a government secondary (7-12) school. Benowa State High School is well-known for its French immersion program.
Benowa is home to a number of sports clubs. The Surfers Paradise Australian Football Club plays in the South East Queensland Australian Football League Division 1 and is based at Sir Bruce Small Park. Sir Bruce Small Park is also home to the Surfers Paradise Baseball Club and Benowa Bowls Club. Professional golf tournaments such as the Australian PGA Championship and the Australian Ladies Masters are held at the Royal Pines Resort. The Australian Fed Cup team uses tennis facilities to stage Fed Cup matches, and Bernard Tomic trains on the courts during the off-season.