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Who Lily's Florist South Toowoomba Is

Led by a fully Australian owned family, Lily’s Florist South Toowoomba are a boutique brand florist agency where you are able to deal unswervingly with the inspired minds of our floral designers. 

We take great delight in ourselves for our method, our skills and our devotion to detail so that we can place much more time into fostering our associations with our customers. 

Lily’s Florist South Toowoomba have faith in good protocols, charisma and promptness – and a healthy measure of humour. In other words, we take great pride in our work. 

We are flexible, agile, sprightly, adaptive and responsive – just a dedicated group of people who are all across and focussed on you order. Actually, we believe that if we focus on you, our valued customer, all else will follow. 

Since our beginning, we have concentrated on providing the best ever experience in floral delivery possible. Whether we are fashioning a new floral basket or a new posy, we take great care in safeguarding your gift will ultimately be what you really intended it to be and achieve.

Discover South Toowoomba

The residential suburb of South Toowoomba is immediately adjacent to Toowoomba’s Central Business District. The separating borderline is the Warrego Highway while its southern border connects Middle Ridge. The eastern border is shown by East Creek, one of two branches of the muddy Gowrie Creek which initially drew European pioneers to Toowoomba. Also in South Toowoomba is West Creek, the other tributary which is running through the course of the City Golf Club. 

The northerly toe of Middle Ridge is also in South Toowoomba and was formerly charted as a farming district (1854), with allotments of two-acres. A later study earmarked plots on the south side of James Street for a caring sanctuary, Catholic and National schools, Catholic and Presbyterian churches, and a market site. Groom Park now has occupancy of this market reserve.

In 1865, the Benevolent Society of the Darling Downs opened its original hospital at the southerly turn where the Warrego Highway is traversed by Ruthven Street. It later shifted to the location of the Toowoomba general hospital, and its old site was used for the South Toowoomba primary school in 1878. In 1865, the South Toowoomba School opened and was Toowoomba's original school. In 1873, just south of the first hospital site, St Saviour's Catholic College opened. Close by, is Catholic Church of St Patrick's and its schools. 

In 2013, the State government declared plans to close nine schools, which included the Toowoomba South State School.

South Toowoomba has St Patrick's Cathedral in James Street and the Lutheran and Latter Day Saints Presbyterian churches. German farmers from Middle Ridge constructed the Lutheran church in 1888. Several motels are situated at the south approach to central Toowoomba on the New England Highway in Ruthven Street. Toowoomba Hospital, the largest establishment, has stayed on its site of the 1870s, and from 1894 to 1910, added an operating theatre and nurses' quarters. In the 1950s-60s, there was major restoration, comprising new quarters for nurses.