Lily's Florist Hobart
Lily's Florist Hobart delivers the finest and best quality flowers to all parts of Hobart. We send flowers to Hobart for occasions such as birthdays, new baby's, weddings, funerals, Mother's Day, Valentine's Day, I sorry, or just because...Fresh, florist delivered flowers from only $29.
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We deliver same day flowers to Hobart and suburbs such as; Bridgewater, Old Beach, Brighton, Bonnet Hill, Howden, Huntingford, Kingston, Sorell, Howrah, Battery Point, Fern Tree, Glebe, Lenah Valley, Mount Nelson, North Hobart, South Hobar, Tolmans Hill, West Hobart, and everywhere in between.
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LILY'S FLORIST HOBART - YOUR LOCAL FLORIST
Lily PosyFrom $45
Send your best wishes with this sophisticated flower gift of fresh lilies.
Florist's Choice Bunch With Free ChocolatesFrom $64
Premium grade blooms in-season hand-arranged by our Hobart florist.
Colourful Bunch With Free ChocolatesFrom $76
Catch the attention of someone you admire with this radiant and sweet gift.
Blush Pinks Arrangement With Free ChocolatesFrom $80
Pastel pink roses and lilies, plus chocs, to sweeten someone's special day.
Native Arrangement With Free ChocolatesFrom $80
Charming wildflowers and natives + chocolates to bring joy to someone dear.
A Bright Bunch With Free VaseFrom $99
A bright and cheerful vase arrangement sure to speed up recovery.
Natives With Free VaseFrom $99
The beauty of Australian flora in a vase. Perfect as a housewarming gift.
12 Red Roses With Vase SpecialFrom $112
Romantic vase arrangement of a dozen fresh red roses to say "I Love You."
Simply Stylish SpecialFrom $120
What a luxurious, contemporary hand-tied floral arrangement! This package features a colle...
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Whatever the reason, it’s always a wonderful surprise to open your door to beautiful flowers from Lily’s Florist Hobart.
You can rest assured that Lily’s Florist Hobart has an assortment of flower arrangements for all tastes, budgets, as well as occasions.
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To take a glimpse into the early history of Australia and Tasmania, one only has to visit a small duplication of Hobart as it was in the 1820s. What it offers is an interesting and unique showcase of its harsh and notorious convict past.
Hobart Town was designed and built from authentic historical plans, displaying an exact representation of Hobart as it would have appeared in the early 1800s. Obviously, the setting contrasts significantly from the modern city we know now as the capital of Tasmania; although, some features can still be recognised from the old Hobart Town.
As you stroll through the streets of the old Hobart Town, you can feel the atmosphere of days gone by, and you begin to reflect on what life must have been all about. You will also experience the changes that have taken place to Hobart and Australia’s history.
The city of Hobart was settled by Lieutenant Governor Collins in 1804, and developed quickly into a clearing house for British and Irish convicts. It is Australia’s second oldest city, and the smallest and southernmost capital. Formerly called ‘Hobarton’ or ‘Hobart Town,’ the city was a British colony founded in 1803.
The region of Hobart Town was originally inhabited by the semi-nomadic Mouheneener Aboriginal tribe, which was a sub-group of the South-East or Nuennone tribe. The descendants of these Tasmanian Aboriginals now denote themselves as ‘Palawa.’
Because of urbanisation, much of the region’s prehistoric times have been destroyed, with a considerable amount of archaeological evidence of indigenous occupation gone also.
On the eastern side of the Derwent River, a defensive outpost and penal colony was established at Risdon Cove in 1803, and in 1804, the site was moved to the present site of Hobart on Sullivans Cove. This makes it the second oldest city in Australia.
Some of Hobart’s Georgian architecture of the penal settlement haunted the city for decades, bringing with it that ‘social stain.’ Nonetheless, many of the past convicts have proved to be enterprising and hard-working, creating families and businesses that are still in existence today.
More than three years of careful and painstaking craftsmanship was spent by John and Andrew Quick in producing the village of Old Hobart Town. Flawless research and careful planning shaped over 500 individually crafted unique figurines, and more than 60 buildings.
Adults and children alike can enjoy visualising Hobart Town as it was without the surrounding modern buildings.
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