Auckland florist delivers fresh flowers and gifts to all areas in the Auckland region including Avondale, Blockhouse Bay, Lynfield, New Windsor, Hillsborough, Three Kings, Waikowhai, Mount Roskill, Sandringham, Wesley, Waterview, Balmoral, Morningside, Mount Albert, Mount Eden, Owairaka, Kingsland, Sandringham, Waterview, Grey Lynn, Newton, Western Springs, Point Chevalier, Westmere, Ponsonby, Herne Bay, Freemans Bay, Saint Marys Bay, Auckland CBD, Epsom, Greenlane, Newmarket, One Tree Hill, Parnell, Remuera, Mechanics Bay, Grafton, Newton, Mission Bay, Kohimarama, Saint Heliers, Orakei, Glendowie, Meadowbank, Saint Johns, Glen Innes, Point England, Tamaki, Panmure, Mount Wellington, Ellerslie. Otahuhu, Westfield, Southdown, Penrose, Oranga, Te Papapa, Onehunga and Royal Oak.
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From Florist Works Auckland, you can buy flowers online safely and securely, and have your flowers delivered in Auckland and to the surrounding suburbs of Auckland City. Same day flower delivery is available for orders placed before 2 PM Monday to Friday and 10 AM Saturdays. Auckland Florist delivers flowers to Auckland, Auckland City and surrounding suburbs.
Auckland Florist has nearly 300 styles of bouquets and arrangements available to order online. We are continuously updating our flower arrangements to include seasonal flowers and flowers for special occasions such as flowers for Mother’s Day.
With a population of almost 1.5 million, Auckland is the most populous city in New Zealand and accounts for almost 32% of the country’s total population. Ranked third in the 2014 Mercer Quality of Living Survey, Auckland is also home to the largest Polynesian population of any city in New Zealand and the world.
Auckland is situated on and around an isthmus, with a coastline that is 3,702 kilometres long. The city is surrounded by two harbours, with the Waitemata Harbour lying the north of the city, and the Manukau Harbour to the south. Auckland is the only city in the world built on an active basaltic volcanic field, with the city straddling the Auckland Volcanic Field.
The city of Auckland has a subtropical climate, and experiences humid and warm summers and mild winters. The city is also regarded as one of the sunniest regions in the country, and experiences an average of 2,003.1 hours of sunshine per year.
Also known as the ‘City of Sails’, sailing is an extremely popular activity in the region, with 135,000 yachts registered in the city. One in three households in Auckland also own a boat! Auckland has also twice hosted the America’s Cup, which was held in the Viaduct Basin during 2000 and 2003.
As the major economic hub and financial centre of New Zealand, Auckland’s economy is largely based on services and commerce. Lucky ‘Aucklanders’ also have one of the highest median personal incomes in the country! Being one of the most popular (and populated) cities in New Zealand, Auckland is expecting substantial population growth and expects an increase of 1.9 million inhabitants by the year 2031.
Top attractions in Auckland include the Auckland War Memorial Museum, known for its collections which focus on the region and country’s natural and military history. The famous Sky Tower is another iconic landmark, standing at 328 metres tall. The tower attracts close to half a million visitors per year.
Nature lovers visiting the city will enjoy exploring Cornwall Park, a sprawling parkland located in the suburb of Epsom. The park features heritage sites, tree lined walkways and is regarded as a place of peace and tranquillity in the large city.