Lily's Florist Tweed Heads
Lily's Florist Tweed Heads is the premier florist on the Far North Coast of NSW, sending same day flowers from Tweed Heads to the Southern Gold Coast. Order same day delivered flowers with us and we will ensure your flowers are delivered on time, every time.
We Support McGrath Foundation
Yes, Lily's Florist, Tweed Heads does - and proudly too. We been a vocal partner for many years now. We donate to this cause when customers like 'you' buy McGrath Flowers - $5 when large flowers are purchased and $2 for a small.
Same Day Flowers To Tweed Heads
Lily's Florist Tweed Heads sends same day flowers to the Tweed, including; Tugun, Coolangatta, Kingscliff, Pottsville, Casuarina, Bogangar, Cugen, Elanora, Terranora, Chinderah, Fingal Head, Duranbah and even John Flynn Hospital.
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Bright Bunch With Free VaseFrom $99
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Thank You PackageFrom $110
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Lily’s Florists Tweed Heads’ main emphasis is about bringing a piece of love and elegance to your home! Located along the Tweed River in north eastern New South Wales, Tweed Heads is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Australia.
It is next to the border with Queensland, neighbouring the “Twin Town” of Coolangatta, a village of the Gold Coast. Tweet Heads is normally known as a town where you can alter the time zones; New Year can be celebrated twice within an hour just by crossing the street because it is close to the Queensland border, and due to the fact that NSW observes daylight saving something that Queensland does not do.
It is believed that Tweed Heads, 20 million years ago, was a large shield volcano extending from Byron to Nerang as well as far beyond the sea.
Over a period of time, the volcano was extinct and the torrential rain swept away the lava, leaving a huge volcano plug, which is today referred to as Mt. Warming as well as a caldera, the neighboring mountains, the McPherson as well as Nightcap Ranges.
Adjacent to the Queensland’s word most famous Gold Coast, Tweed Heads offers a less crowded alternative to the glitz and glamour.
The town has safe and patrolled beaches packed with First-class apartment accommodation and resort hotels, sun-drenched cafes, a vibrant boutique shopping as well as a lot of family entertainment. You will find even more entertainment in store at clubs such as Tweed Heads Bowls Club, Seagulls, Club Banora, and Twin Towns where the gig guide is characterized by major international stars as well as Australian-grown chart-choppers.
This town was once connected to the Queensland Railways system, being directly connected to Brisbane by the South Coast line. The railways was opened in 1903 and by 1961, it was closed. The station site has since been converted to commercial development and parklands.
In 1844, the cedar getters moved to Tweed Valley searching for timber with which to set up their camp next to deep water at “Teranora” and build houses of Sydney; after they had cleared the timber, farmers moved in and dairy farming, sugar cane and banana farming became prominent besides the development of industries. Tweed became the major exporters of these products since 1990. However, tourism has emerged as the main source of income since the world war II.A huge influx of retirees from the southern Australia has made this town to be among the fastest growing areas in Australia.
Due to the closeness of Tweed Heads and Gold Coast, the town has shared economy with the Coolangatta with tourism being the main source of income. The most popular tourist destination in Tweed Heads include Lamington National Parks, Springbrook, Border Ranges, Nightcap as well as Mount Warming which is among the largest shield volcanoes in the Southern Hemisphere.
Another major draw card in the town is the Tweed River estuary and Harbour. This allows you to board cruises along the waterways via the cane fields to the historic river villages.
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