Burwood East Flowers - Free Same Day Flower Delivery

Burwood East Flowers - Free Same Day Flower Delivery

Burwood East Flowers - Free Same Day Flower Delivery
Sending Flowers to Burwood East? Looking for a Burwood East Florist?
We provide 100% Free Same Day Flower delivery to Burwood East, Melbourne, Vic, 3151 & surrounding suburbs.
So we are your number one choice for Burwood East flowers delivery. Because we have a huge online range covering every possible need, from “get well” gifts to anniversaries, weddings to newborns, sympathy to birthdays and Valentine’s Day to Mother’s Day.
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We deliver flowers free to Peter James Rehabilitation Centre and Burwood East Aged Care Facilities. And our delivery staff are experienced in making sure your flower gift is delivered quickly and efficiently. So what better way to cheer some one up with some stunning flowers with free same day flower delivery.
In fact Oopsy Daisy Flowers delivers flowers across all of Burwood East and we know Burwood East residents well. We take the worry out of sending flowers. Let Oopsy Daisy Flowers take care of your flower and gift needs.
And the top-class customer service we provide ordering online, by telephone or in person.
So, if your loved one is lucky enough to be based in Burwood East, we are your best choice. With our huge range of flowers styles all available online to suit any budget or occasion.
If you are sending flowers to Burwood East, we will send you a photo of flowers before leaving our showroom. So you are assured that your flowers are right for the occasion whether you are in Australia (or even overseas).
If you have any questions at all about sending flowers to Burwood East, contact us 24 hours on (03) 9802 7507 
Burwood East Facts and Figures
Burwood East is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, located 17 km (11 mi) east of Melbourne's Central Business Districtlocated within the City of Whitehorse local government area. It recorded a population of 10,675 at the 2021 census.
The suburb is notable as the site of the first Kmart department store in Australia. The Kmart Plaza store opened in 1969, at the intersection of Burwood Road (now Highway) and Blackburn Road. It was the first 24-hour Kmart store and proved very popular with locals. Burwood East Kmart is the second largest in Australia. It has a gross leasable area of 8,444 m2 (90,890 sq ft).
The Tally Ho Business Park, on the corner of Burwood Highway and Springvale Road, hosts the headquarters of many corporations and organisations, including the Country Fire Authority and a regional headquarters of VicRoads and Yokogawa. The site of the Tally Ho Business Park and its surrounds was previously occupied by the Tally Ho Boys' Home. It was established on land provided at a reduced price to the Methodist Church by Abel Hoadley, the inventor of the Violet Crumble chocolate bar. And the Violet Crumble was supposedly manufactured in a Cottage where the ABC now stands.
On the north side of Burwood Highway, there are additional business buildings including a HP building, expanding the business park beyond the boundary of the original Tally Ho Boys' Home.
Vision Drive (located adjacent to the Tally Ho Business Park) is the current location of World Vision Australia's National Office, The GPT Group and the National Archives of Australia (Melbourne Repository).
On 10 December 2019, the shopping centre development at the old brickworks site, called Burwood Brickworks, officially opened. Burwood Brickworks notably has a 2,000-square-metre (22,000 sq ft) rooftop farm to service an in house Acre Farm and Eatery restaurant, along with housing a Woolworths store. The centre aims to meet the Living Building Challenge requirements, in terms of having zero carbon footprint, no waste, non toxic materials, growing 20% of the food used, and net generation of electricity and water, aimed to be what the developer describes as "the most sustainable shopping centre in the world". 
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Monash Council
Whitehorse Council