We'll take care of all your flower delivery needs! You can use us
to deliver flowers locally and send flowers internationally.
Our shop serves the
following areas:ARNOLD (3551), AXEDALE (3551), AXEDALE CEMETERY (3551), BAGSHOT (3551), BENDIGO (3550), BENDIGO HOSPITAL (3550), CALIFORNIA GULLY (3556), CAMPBELLS FOREST (3556), COMET HILL (3556), EAGLEHAWK (3556), EAGLEHAWK CEMETERY (3556), EMU CREEK (3551), EPPALOCK (3551), EPSOM (3551), FLORA HILL (3550), GOLDEN SQUARE (3555), HUNTLY (3551), JUNORTOUN (3551), KANGAROO FLAT (3555), KANGAROO FLAT CEMETERY (3555), KENNINGTON (3550), KNOWSLEY (3551), LLANELLY (3551), LOCKWOOD (3551), LONG GULLY (3550), LONGLEA (3551), MAIDEN GULLY (3551), MANDURANG (3551), MARONG (3515), MURPHYS CREEK (3551), MYERS FLAT (3556), NEANGAR MEM PARK CREMATOR(3556), NEWBRIDGE (3551), QUARRY HILL (3550), SEBASTIAN (3556), SEDGWICK (3551), SHELBOURNE EAST (3551), SPRING GULLY (3550), ST JOHN OF GOD BENDIGO (3550), STRATHDALE (3550), STRATHFIELDSAYE (3551), TARNAGULLA (3551), TOOLLEEN (3551), TYSONS REEF (3550), WAANYARRA RUSH (3551), WHITE HILLS (3550), WOODSTOCK-ON-LODDON (3551)
Mitchell Street Florist in Bendigo -
Flowers and Gifts
If you're looking for specialised flower delivery services, Mitchell Street Florist has you covered! We can provide delivery to a number of facilities in the
Bendigo area. Same day delivery is available for orders placed before 2:00pm Monday - Friday and before 10:00am on Saturdays.
Anne Caudle Campus
100 Barnard Street
Bendigo Day Surgery
1-7 Chum St
Bendigo Health hospital
Bendigo Hospital Pathology Services
Bendigo Medical Centre
63-65 Bridge St
St John of God Hospital
133-145 Lily St
l BreastScreen Centre-Bendigo
375 Barnard St
Botanical Gardens Health
137 Cornish Street
142 Cornish St
Stewart Cowen Community Rehabilitation Centre
164-168 Midland Hwy
Chapel St N
Maryborough District Health Service
75/87 Clarendon St
180 McIvor Rd
Strathdale Medical Centre
5 Putnam Ave
Strathfieldsaye Primary Health
34 Blucher St
We can deliver to most hospitals in and around
Bendigo. We will endeavour to have your hospital flowers delivered but some hospitals have strict policies about flower and gift basket deliveries. Check with the hospital before sending flowers to ensure they can be delivered. Many patients recovering from surgery, seriously ill or in ICU cannot receive flowers and gifts. Alternatively,
we can arrange for delivery to the recipients home when they are discharged from hospital.
Bendigo is a city in Victoria, 150 kilometres north-west of Melbourne. The original custodians of the land were the Dja Dja Wurrung people, with the first settlers arriving in the area in 1837. The discovery of gold in 1851 made Bendigo one of the largest boomtowns in Victoria, and the arrival of the railway in 1862 only increased urban development. In spite of a temporary lull, growth accelerated in the 1930s, and Bendigo is still expanding rapidly.
As the service centre of the region, Bendigo has a large central business district and an extensive array of shops, schools, hospitals, public transport, and other facilities. It remains the national headquarters of the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, which was first established in the city in 1958.
Many of the buildings in the city display heritage-listed Victorian architecture, legacies of the first boomtown expansions. The Bendigo Visitor Information Centre, found in the historic Post Office, is the best place to start exploring. Historic buildings can be found on almost every corner, but one of the highlights of Bendigoís heritage is the Alexandra Fountain. Built in 1881, it is the largest public fountain in Victoria, and also the most ornate. Rosalind Park, a rich expanse of greenery on the edge of the CBD, boasts impressive historical statuary, and the Victoria Hill Mining Reserve takes visitors back to the days of the gold rush.
The Bendigo Art Gallery was established in 1887, and is one of the largest regional galleries in Australia. The city also offers The Capital, Bendigoís Performing Arts Centre, located in the former Masonic Hall. Historic buildings given new purpose is a common sight in Bendigo, with the Ulumbarra Theatre found within the building that used to serve as the Sandhurst Gaol. With such an emphasis on the arts, itís no surprise Bendigo plays home to a Blues and Roots music festival each year.
History is found in the sports as well, with the Queen Elizabeth Oval retaining its 1901 grandstand. The Black Opal is an annual event that sees professional running as well as cycling in the city, and the Bendigo Cup is a famous Thoroughbred horse race.
With a climate that lends itself to agriculture, local food and wine is showcased at the cityís restaurants and pubs. Sheep farming was the first industry in the area, and today Bendigo hosts the Australian Sheep and Wool show, the largest sheep show in the world.