Our talented floral designers can create the perfect gift for your loved on in Box Hill, whether it’s their Birthday or Anniversary. Flowers are truly the perfect gift regardless of the occasion, nothing says I love you like one dozen red roses or “welcome to a new baby” like a beautiful bunch of flowers.
At Wildbunch Florist our motto is “Creativity flows and shows through the florals in our hands”. The team of floral designers are experienced in creating unique, impactful arrangements and we offer a wide variety of fresh flowers, dry and silk arrangements.
Wildbunch florist also has a wide range of balloons, teddies and candles to include in your order.
Our service is always professional and fast in assisting with your floral needs to Box Hill.
Box Hill is a north-western suburb situated in Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria. It sits approximately 14 kilometres east of the Melbourne Central Business District.
The suburb was first settled by the squatter Arundel Wrighte who in 1838 took up a pastoral lease on the land he had previously explored in the Bushy Creek area.
A post office was opened at Box Hill in 1861 and that was the first official use of the name. The name was proposed by the postmaster which is derived from Box Hill in Surrey, England, near his birthplace.
In 1871, the suburb township’s population was 154 and relied on orchards, vineyards and mixed farming.
Box Hill has several spots to explore including Box Hill Gardens, Bushy Creek Parklands,Surrey Park, and Artists Park.
There are also a number of recreational services, such as the Neighbourhood Houses and the Box Hill Action Indoor Sports Centre. Aqualink Box Hill is a local aquatic centre featuring both an indoor and an outdoor pool.
Box Hill is home for a number of educational institutions ranging from primary schools to secondary schools.
These include the Roberts McCubbin Primary School, St Francis Xavier Primary School, Kingswood College, Box Hill Senior Secondary College, Koonung Secondary College, Box Hill High School and Our Lady of Sion College.
The suburb also prides itself on a vivacious sporting culture. It is home for many clubs including the Box Hills Hawks, The Whitehorse Pioneers, and Box Hill Rugby Club.
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