Flower Trap is a boutique Florist which delivers fresh lovely blooms to Kelvin Grove 7 days a week. Founded by the talented Martin Gay, trust Flower Trap Florist to deliver your floral arrangement to Kelvin Grove Brisbane.
When you are looking for a floral gift for a loved one or work colleague the friendly staff at Flower Trap can design something amazing! Our couriers will pick up and deliver your floral arrangement to Kelvin Grove 7 days a week.
We are a bit left of field when it comes to designing the most amazing floral gifts delivered to Kelvin Grove. We always stock fresh seasonal blooms that we can custom create something spectacular to impress or choose one of our existing arrangements for the serious wow factor!
Flower Trap stocks a wide variety of floral gifts for all occasions whether you need to send Thank You Flowers or Anniversary Flowers we’ve got you covered. We also stock a beautiful range of hampers for any occasion and a range of plants and other non floral gifts!
Kelvin Grove is a suburb of the inner north in Brisbane, Queensland , Australia. It had a population of 7,927 with a median age of 27 at the 2016 census.
In 1865, Dr Joseph Bancroft built a home in the area that he renamed Kelvin Grove after a park in Glasgow.
In 1875, the Kelvin Grove State Road School opened.
The school was split into two in1887 namely Kelvin Grove Boys High School and Kelvin Grove Girls and State School for Infants.
On January 31st 1950, Kelvin Grove State School was created for the elderly boys and girls and for the young girls for Kelvin Grove State School. The Infants School was reabsorbed into Kelvin Grove State School in 1961.
Kelvin Grove State School and Kelvin Grove State High School joined Kelvin Grove Government College in January 2002.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is the most widely accessible attraction in Scotland. With 22 thematic, state-of-the-art galleries showcasing an impressive 8000 items, the exhibits are large, wide-ranging and of foreign importance.
Schools in Kelvin Grove
Kelvin Grove State College on L'Estrange Terrace is a primary and secondary government (Prep-12) school for boys and children. The school had 2862 students enrolled in 2017, with 218 teachers (194 full-time equivalent) and 81 non-teaching staff (58 full-time equivalent).
Queensland Academy for Creative Industries at 61 Musk Avenue is a government secondary school (10-12) for boys and girls. The school had 295 students registered with 40 teachers (34 full-time equivalent) and 22 non-teaching personnel (13 full-time equivalent) in 2017.