Flower Trap is a boutique Florist which delivers fresh lovely blooms to Taringa 7 days a week. Founded by the talented Martin Gay, trust Flower Trap Florist to deliver your floral arrangement to Taringa 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 Taringa 7 days a week.
We are a bit left of field when it comes to designing the most amazing floral gifts delivered to Taringa. 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!
It is located 5 kilometers (4 mi ) south west of CBD in Brisbane, Queensland , Australia.
Taringa is mainly residential except for a few commercial buildings, mostly clustered on the Moggill Road. Because of its proximity to the colleges and the city of Brisbane, it is a common neighborhood among Queensland University and Queensland Technology students.
'Taringa' is a mix of two aboriginal words: tarau (stones) and nga (made of). They mean "the place of stones" together.
John W. Todd sold 176 residential lots on December 15, 1883, mainly 25.3 perches (640 square feet) at the Abbotsford Estate bounded to the north by Stanley Terrace, to the east by Mt Cootha Road (now Moorak Straits), to the south-east by Moggill Lane, to Waverles Road to the south by Sarah Lane (now Manchester Terrace) and to the west by Woodstock Avenue.>
The Memorial Seat is a historical Memorial of Pilot Officer Geoffrey Lloyd Wells at 103 Stanley Terrace in Taringa, Brisbane City, Queensland , Australia.
It has been designed for its pilot son, Geoffrey Lloyd Wells, by the Wells Family.
It was built by the Wells Family some time after August 1941. It was listed on 21 October 1992 in the Queensland Heritage Registry.
A Japanese education is established in its school office in Taringa at the Japanese Language Supplementary School of the Queensland Japanese Community of Brisbane . It teaches at the State High School in Indooroopilly.