Sending Funeral Flowers to Box Hill? Looking for an Expert Box Hill Florist specialising in Funeral Flowers and Sympathy Flowers?

Funeral Flowers Guanqing provides 100% Free Funeral Flowers and Sympathy Flowers delivery to Box Hill, Melbourne, Vic, 3128 & surrounding suburbs.

That means Funeral Flowers Guanqing is your number one choice for Box Hill Funeral Flowers Delivery and Sympathy Flowers Delivery with a huge online range.

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We deliver Funeral Flowers Free to Funeral Homes in Box Hill including Le Pine Funerals Box Hill and Churches and Chapels and we deliver Sympathy Flowers Free to Box Hill homes.

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In fact Funeral Flowers Guanqing has been delivering Funeral Flowers and Sympathy Flowers to Box Hill since 1968, and we know Box Hill and its residents better than almost any other florist in Melbourne.

If you need to send Funeral Flowers or Sympathy Flowers to Box Hill, Funeral Flowers Guanqing is your best choice, with our huge range of styles all available online to suit any budget.

Box Hill is famous as a destination for Melbourne’s extensive asian and particularly Chinese language communities, and Funeral Flowers Guanqing have decades of experience in the unique Asian and Chinese flower giving traditions.

If you’re sending Funeral Flowers and Sympathy Flowers to Box Hill for a loved one with Asian or Chinese background, look no further than Funeral Flowers Guanqing – we even have a Chinese Language phone service if you have any specific questions about your Box Hill Funeral Flowers delivery.

And if you have any questions at all about sending Funeral Flowers to Box Hill, you can contact Funeral Flowers Guanqing’s 24 hours on (03) 9052 4607 (English Language Phone Service) or 040 646 3358 (Chinese Language Phone Service).

Box Hill Facts and Figures

Did you know that Box Hill is one of Melbourne’s oldest established suburbs?

Box Hill was founded in the 1850s as an artists’ camp for some of the most famous Heidelberg School Painters, and was known in its early years for its extensive market gardens and orchards, although it did not formally become part of Melbourne until 1950.
The population of Box Hill in 1870 was only around 150 people, but has bloomed to become a major shopping destination with its own CBD today and over 26,000 people call Box Hill home today.

Did you know that Box Hill once had the first electric tramline in Melbourne, running between Box Hill and Doncaster in 1896?

It was unsuccessful and short-lived, but you can learn more about its fascinating history by CLICKING HERE.

Here are some links for you to learn more about Box Hill’s fascinating history and future

Box Hill Historical Society

Box Hill Wikipedia

Box Hill Statistics

Whitehorse Council