Celebrating a special day and need beautiful flowers delivered to Labrador? Birdcage Florist got you covered. Order before 12 noon and we will get your flowers delivered at Labrador 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 Labrador 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 Labrador. 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 Labrador. It established meaningful relationships with customers in Labrador and provides stunning, fresh flowers that contribute to the aesthetics of any event.
Birdcage Florist have flower shops at Westfield Labrador and Labrador 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 Labrador. 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 Labrador? Simply place your order at our website, https://www.thebirdcageflorist.com.au or call us at 0449 789 830.
Labrador, a Gold Coast neighborhood north of Southport, located 62 kilometers south of Brisbane. To the east, the suburb looks out over the Gold Coast Broadwater, and to the south, it looks out over Southport.
In 1878, John Lennon and investor Robert Muir purchased 139 acres (0.56 km2) of Crown Land part 62, formerly known as Southport North. Robert Muir is thought to have named the location after a local fishery in north-eastern Canada in the late 1800s, owing to similarities in both recreational stream fishing and the peninsula shape of the land.
Frederick Shaw, a manager for Cobb & Co., purchased one of the parcels after it was subdivided. Shaw built a residence as well as the Labrador Hotel in 1883, anticipating the need for a hotel for bus service to Southport. With the construction of Labrador House (1883), a grand holiday mansion on the corner of Marine Parade and Brisbane Road, the name gained even more significance (Gold Coast Highway).
The calm waters, peaceful parks, and views of South Stradbroke Island make Labrador a favorite destination. Tourists come here for the wide range of housing options, which include anything from high-rises to trailer parks to cafes and fine dining.
Smileez Playhouse and Cafe is a happy and friendly indoor Playcentre with a multi-level multi-color adventure playframe that includes all of the classic fun features and padded equipment, such as balls and slides, tunnels, and bridges, as they race and chase to the top.
Harley Park is one of the best parks on the Coast, with breathtaking views of the Broadwater, a fantastic ship-themed kids playground, and plenty of shaded picnic tables.
On the corner of Billington Street and Brisbane Road, the first Labrador State School building was constructed on four acres of swampy land donated by the Queensland Government. It is a government primary (Prep-6) school for boys and girls that are now located on Turpin Road.
Labrador has no secondary schools; the closest public secondary school is Southport State High School.