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For flowers in Toowoomba … welcome to Lily’s Florist Toowoomba. 

If you are serious about the highest level of florists in Toowoomba, Lily’s Florist has that specialised flower delivery service that you are looking for. They can provide delivery to many places in the Toowoomba region, and to suit all occasions, including birthdays, Mother’s Day and Valentine’s Day.

With many years’ experience, you can be guaranteed Lily’s Florist Toowoomba epitomises a superb group of exceptionally capable and qualified florists. And they will go to great lengths to establish a long lasting rapport with you to ensure you receive the best flower arrangements, at the best value. Also, with our secure sites, you can pay with credit card or PayPal.

Situated on the crest of the Great Dividing Range escarpment, the city of Toowoomba is well placed at an altitude of 700 metres above sea level, to be named the Garden City. Even though the majority of the city is west of the Divide, a few of the streets are located on the eastern side of the range. 

Running north from the southern border are two valleys, culminating from springs each side of Spring Street and Middle Ridge at 680 metres high. Called West Creek and East Creek, these two watercourses run just north of the Central Business District, forming Gowrie Creek. In turn, the Gowrie then flows across the Darling Downs to the Condamine River, which is a section of the Murray-Darling Basin. This vast waterway ends up running into the Murray River close to Adelaide in South Australia. 

The volcanic soil in the region is so fertile that it aids in maintaining the 150 public parks that are dispersed across the city. Obviously, the term “Garden City’ is brought into prominence with the Australian Garden of Flowers festival that is showcased each September. In conjunction with this event, major parks in the city are specially arranged for the festival, including a parade of flowering floats and a central garden competition. 

In 1953, the Minister for Lands and Irrigation sponsored a film to advertise the Carnival of Flowers, depicting the home garden competition, floral parade and the crowing of the Floral Queen. 

Many of the parks in Toowoomba are lined with deciduous trees from around the world, showing an exhibition of autumn colour. Because Australia mainly has evergreens, this spectacle of a deciduous display is particularly rare. 

The history of Toowoomba has been conserved in its past buildings, with the City Hall a fine illustration of architecture as the first purpose-built town hall in Queensland. Another quaint example is the Royal Bull’s Head Inn that is still standing today. The Caledonian Estate gives a view of the early 20th century housing that shows where humble workers ‘cottages and large majestic homes stood side by side. 

The climate in Toowoomba is temperate with cool winters and warm summers. However, the city is noted for its four distinct seasons. 

From stylish cafes, boutique wineries, heritage museums, galleries, rocky national parks, spectacular lookouts, gracious historic hotels, antique stores, through to the obvious fabulous gardens, Toowoomba always has plenty to see and do.