• Florist's Choice Bunch With Free Chocolates

    Florist's Choice Bunch With Free Chocolates

    From $64

    Here's a nice bunch of the freshest cut flowers hand-arranged by our expert local florist.

  • Colourful Bunch With Free Chocolates

    Colourful Bunch With Free Chocolates

    From $76

    Cheer her up with these colourful blooms that spark optimism and hope for better days.

  • Blush Pinks, Arrangements

    Blush Pinks, Arrangements

    From $80

    Carefully hand-arranged are lovely pale pink blooms. Comes with a free sweet treat.

  • Native Arrangement With Free Chocolates

    Native Arrangement With Free Chocolates

    From $80

    Long-lasting flowers plus gourmet chocolates equals one happy, and lucky, recipient.

  • Bright Arrangement With Free Chocolates

    Bright Arrangement With Free Chocolates

    From $85

  • Bright Bunch With Free Vase

    Bright Bunch With Free Vase

    From $99

    Flowers that wow? You're staring at them now. Order before 2PM for same-day delivery.

  • Natives With Free Vase

    Natives With Free Vase

    From $99

    Impress your lovely lady with the Australian natives and wildflowers' bewitching beauty.

  • Simply Stylish Special

    Simply Stylish Special

    From $120

    The Simply Stylish Special package pictured is a perfect choice to make someone’s day. Art...



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Share some colour at Armidale Florist Shop!  With our beautiful selection, you don’t need a special occasion to send flowers to friends or relatives. At Armidale Florist Shopwe have a wide variety of arrangement designs that are certain to offer something for every occasion, taste, and budget. And would you believe that at Armidale Florist Shop we offer deals that make sending flowers even more affordable? At Armidale Florist Shop apart from being gurus of same day flower deliveries, we believe in taking a personal approach to delivering fresh, beautiful flowers, and we have an outstanding standard of customer service to go with it! You can even use out secure site and pay by PayPal or credit card. With a population of approximately 22,500 residents, Armidale is situated in the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales, having the Northern Tablelands region as its administrative centre. Located about half way between Brisbane and Sydney on National route 15, Armidale is overseen by the Armidale Dumaresq Shire. To the east of Armidale there are heavily timbered, precipitous gorges that drop down to the coastal plains. There is outstanding scientific interest and natural beauty around Armidale, with World Heritage national parks, including the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park and the New England National Park. To the west of Armidale is the Mount Yarrowyck Nature Reserve. The Waterfall Way highway heads towards the coast, passing through Dorrigo and Bellingen, which is on the Bellinger River. Because of Armidale’s elevation, it has a mild climate with warm summers and some cold winter nights. A snowfall can occur on average every three years. The term ‘New England’ was named because of the four distinct seasons in the area, and humidity levels are low since its location is away from the coastal regions. With the cool temperate climate comes the problem with air pollution from wood smoke during the winter months. Severe hail storms are experienced in Armidale from time to time also, with three occurring in ten years. There are various education facilities in and around Armidale, including the Armidale Waldorf School, the Armidale School, the New England Girls’ School, and the Armidale Presbyterian Ladies’ College. Catholic schools in the district are St. Mary’s Primary School and the O’Connor Catholic High School. Government funded secondary schools are the Armidale High School and the Duval High School. Originally, the University of New England was founded in 1938 as a college of the University of Sydney; however, in 1954 it claimed its own right. This grand university contributes to the diversity and culture of Armidale with a strong cultural and vibrant element. Also, having strong links with the rural community, the university undertakes much research into agriculture. Being one of Armidale’s main employers, the University of New England now hosts a range of courses, including a Bachelor of Medicine. This in turn, transforms the rural town to a cultured and diverse city, creating a wide array of jobs and business opportunities. Armidale also has 60 direct flights to Sydney each week, plus a daily train service. All major coach companies supply service to Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.