With over 30 years of experience in floristry, Mr. Collins Florist provides the most gorgeous flowers for any occasion if you are in Geelong or other nearby suburbs.
Whether you need flower arrangements for weddings, birthdays, funerals, Father's or Mother’s Day, Christmas, a new baby, and more… Mr. Collins Florist has got you covered.
It’s our mantra to always provide each of our customers with the most beautiful flowers and gifts possible.
Our florist always uses fresh and quality flowers with beautiful scents and colors.
Choose from our catalog or we can create a personalized arrangement. Just tell us what you need — a beautiful bouquet or a gorgeous vase filled with seasonal blooms — and we’ll have it ready for you!
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Need flowers for a special occasion? Mr. Collins Florist in Geelong West offers the most stunning and freshest arrays of flowers and bouquets for delivery in Geelong and other surrounding suburbs.
We use unique varieties of flowers. We source the highest-grade blooms and flowers for any event. To make sure you get the freshest flowers for your home or special occasion, we treat flowers with post-harvest hydration to prolong their vase life.
We carry an extensive range of premium flowers like stunning roses, pastel blooms, and seasonal disbuds, peonies, and tulips. We also handcraft terrariums and offer flowering orchid plants and lush indoor plants ready to be delivered to Drumcondra.
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Mr. Collins Florist offers an efficient same-day flower delivery service to Geelong and all surrounding suburbs.
Orders received by 2 PM on weekdays and by 11 AM on Saturdays will be delivered all over the Geelong region on the same day.
Drumcondra is a small suburb located in the city of Geelong, which is situated in the state of Victoria, Australia. It is situated approximately 4 kilometers northwest of Geelong`s central business district and is bordered by the suburbs of North Geelong, Rippleside, and Hamlyn Heights. The suburb is predominantly residential, with a mix of old and new homes.
Drumcondra was named after Drumcondra, a suburb in Dublin, Ireland, where many of the early residents had immigrated from. Drumcondra was originally owned by the Wathaurong Indigenous people, and European settlement began in the 1830s with the establishment of pastoral runs. The suburb developed during the mid-20th century with residential and commercial areas established to cater to the growing population.
Drumcondra has several nearby points of interest that visitors may enjoy. These include the Geelong Botanic Gardens, the National Wool Museum, and the Geelong Art Gallery. The Eastern Beach Reserve, home to a swimming enclosure, playgrounds, and picnic areas, is located just south of the suburb. The Great Ocean Road, one of Australia`s most scenic drives, is also easily accessible from Drumcondra, offering stunning views of the coast.
The Drumcondra Primary School is the only primary school located in the suburb, and it caters to students from Prep to Grade 6. For secondary education, students typically attend nearby schools such as North Geelong Secondary College or Sacred Heart College, both of which are located within a few kilometers of Drumcondra.