Dunedin Florist delivers fresh flowers to Balmacewen, Burkes, Dalmore, The Gardens, Glenleith, Leith Valley, Liberton, Maia, Maori Hill, Mount Mera, Normanby, North East Valley, Opoho, Pine Hill, Prospect Park, Ravensbourne, St Leonards, Wakari, Woodhaugh, Abbotsford, Balaclava, Belleknowes, Bradford, Brockville, Burnside, Caversham, Calton Hill, Concord, Glenross, Green Island, Halfway Bush, Helensburgh, Kaikorai, Kaikorai Valley, Kenmure, Littlebourne, Lookout Point, Maryhill, Mornington, Roslyn, Sunnyvale, Aramoana, Brighton, Broad Bay, Careys Bay, Company Bay, Fairfield, Harington Point, Macandrew Bay, Mosgiel, Ocean View, Otakou, Port Chalmers, Portobello, Pukehiki, Roseneath, Sawyers Bay, Waitati, Waldronville, Otago Harbour, Challis, The Cove, Grants Braes, Highcliff, Vauxhall, Waverley, Central Dunedin, City Rise and Dunedin North.
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From Florist Works Dunedin, you can buy flowers online safely and securely, and have your flowers delivered in Dunedin and to the surrounding suburbs of Dunedin City. Same day flower delivery is available for orders placed before 2 PM Monday to Friday and 10 AM Saturdays. Dunedin Florist delivers flowers to Dunedin, Dunedin City and surrounding suburbs.
Dunedin 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.
The second largest city in New Zealand, Dunedin is located in the Otago region and has a population of over 120,000 citizens. New Zealand’s first university, the University of Otago is located in Dunedin, with tertiary education being one of the city’s most important trades.
Located at the head of Otago Harbour, Dunedin covers a land area of over 3,300 square kilometres. The city is surrounded by a ring of hills, formed by the remnants of a volcanic crater. Some of the more well-known hills that surround the city include Mount Cargill, Saddle Hill, Harbour Cone, Signal Hill and Flagstaff. Dunedin is also home to the famous Baldwin Street, which the Guinness Book of World Records named ‘the steepest street in the world’.
Known for its Scottish and Maori heritage, Dunedin was first occupied by the Maoris between 1250 – 1300 AD. In 1844, the city was chosen by European settlers as the location of a planned Free Church settlement, and Dunedin was officially founded as the principal town of the settlement in 1848. The name of the city comes from the Scottish Gaelic name for Edinburgh, ‘Důn Čideann’.
Dunedin became the capital of the Otago Province in 1852, and in 1861 the area experienced a rapid increase in population due to the discovery of gold at Gabriel’s Gully. The influx saw Dunedin become New Zealand’s first city by population growth in 1865. Sadly, by the 1900’s Dunedin was no longer the biggest city in New Zealand, with overall influence and activity in the country moving north.
The world’s only colony of mainland royal albatross can be found in Dunedin, and colonies of penguins and seals can be found within the Otago Peninsula. The internationally renowned Sinclair Wetlands are also located to the south west of the city, and are home to a vast variety of bird species and wetland waterfowl, including swans, scaup, bittern and the fernbird.