Flower Trap is a boutique Florist which delivers fresh lovely blooms to West End 7 days a week. Founded by the talented Martin Gay, trust Flower Trap Florist to deliver your floral arrangement to West End 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 West End 7 days a week.
We are a bit left of field when it comes to designing the most amazing floral gifts delivered to West End. 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!
The West End in Brisbane City, Queensland , Australia, is an inner southern fringe.
The neighborhood had 9,474 residents during the 2016 census.
The area that reminds of the West End of London was named after early English colonizers.
There was an aboriginal settlement in the field of Musgrave Forest, which now sits at Brisbane State High School, until the advent of the Europeans at West End.
Boundary Blocks, particularly in the west end and in Spring hill, were called the Jagera and Turrbal residents. This is because of the discriminatory policies of dividing Foreign immigrants.
The Gas Stripping Tower is a tower on 277 Montague Road in West End, Queensland , Australia which is a heritage site.
It was planned and constructed in 1912 by Robert Dempster & Sons Ltd. This was listed on 21 October 1992 in the Queensland Heritage Register.
The West End Primary School is on Hardgrave Road and Vulture Lane. The school teaches up to six classes.
On 16 August 1875, the school of 236 students was founded and almost 800 student positions were opened.
A second site for the school was announced in 2017 as the current site is too small to cater for expected growth. The same announcement included a new high school for the district as Brisbane State High School in the adjacent suburb of South Brisbane is also unable to cater for expected student numbers.