Dandenong Flowers

Are you looking for a florist to deliver a gift to Heart 2 Heart Florist today? Heart 2 Heart Florist is open seven days a week and offers same-day delivery if ordered before 2 pm.

Colour Rose Bouquet
Colour Rose Bouquet
$95.00
Cottage Charm
Cottage Charm
$105.00
Elegant Bouquet
Elegant Bouquet
$150.00
Pretty Please
Pretty Please
$95.00
Bright Infusion
Bright Infusion
$88.00
Elegant Rose Hatbox
Elegant Rose Hatbox
$165.00
Hatbox Flowers
Hatbox Flowers
$99.00
Dozen Roses in a Box
Dozen Roses in a Box
$119.00
Pretty vase posy
Pretty vase posy
$79.00
Mia
Mia
$79.50
Rose Heart Spray
Rose Heart Spray
$180.00
Oriental Lilly
Oriental Lilly
$68.00
Hatbox Elegance
Hatbox Elegance
$450.00
Be Mine
Be Mine
$95.00
Hot Pink Twist
Hot Pink Twist
$125.00

Dandenong Florist

Welcome to Heart 2 Heart Florist; we are a family-run business delivering flowers to Dandenong and the Melbourne metro area.

Your Local Dandenong Florist

We are located conveniently opposite the Springvale Necropolis Botanical Cemetery and offer an extensive range of funeral and sympathy flowers.

We offer an extensive range of affordable flowers, meaning 100% of your value spent will go towards your flower order.

We provide an easy-to-use and friendly service through our website, over the telephone or in-store.

We offer seven-day-a-week flower and gift deliveries. However, there may be some restrictions for Dandenong flower deliveries on the weekends.

Order online or call us now to discuss your needs: 61 3 9540 3657

About Dandenong

Dandenong is a suburb in Melbourne located on the Princes Highway and the Gippsland Railway, 31 kilometers southeast of the city center.

Dandenong is surrounded by the Yarraman/Mile Creek directly east of EastLink, the Dandenong Bypass in the east, the Pakenham railway line in the south, the Pakenham railway line in the north, and the Dandenong Creek in the west.

History of Dandenong

The name of the location is thought to have originated from the Woiwurrung word "Tanjenong," which means "lofty mountains" and may be a reference to the nearby Dandenong ranges.

Another popular theory is that the term derives from "poor flour" or "no good damper." According to a local legend, some aboriginals obtained a bag of lime and used it accidentally to make damper. The "No Good Damper Inn" was a historic local hotel.

According to a different theory, the name Dandenong derives from "a burning" and "the past," which refer to historic bushfires in the Dandenong Mountains.

Tourist Attractions in Dandenong

The Dandenong Ranges are well-known for their wide steep topography, which features lovely verdant forests and several picturesque vantage spots. It provides a multitude of walking pathways through the natural Australian bushland and stony landscape.

The Mount Dandenong Observatory, a stunning site that is 633 meters above sea level and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding area and the city's central business district in the distance, is the area's top tourist destination.

Tourists can also visit the Sky High Restaurant, a coffee shop, and picnic sites with outdoor BBQ places. They can relax inside its gorgeous gardens while admiring the stunning views of Dandenong and the surrounding suburbs.

School and Sports in Dandenong

Dandenong is home to three state high schools: Lyndale Secondary College, two campuses of Dandenong High School (Dandenong and Cleeland), and one Catholic high school: St. John's Regional College. Emerson School, a specialized institution for people with mild intellectual disabilities with a catchment area, is also located in Dandenong.

There are a few Australian Rules football teams in the suburb. These are the Dandenong Saints, Dandenong Redlegs, Dandenong Stingrays, and St. John's Old Collegians.