The town of Aurora can be found along the west coast of South Africa near the towns of Piketberg and Redelinghuys. It was established as a town in 1906 and its beautiful name originates from the Roman Goddess of dawn – Aurora means “daybreak”.
You can expect a small village in the middle of the Sandveid, contrasted to a massive, lush mountain. In the rainy season, tourists flock to the area to see the beautiful flowers that emerge.
Aurora originally was a church centre for people who lived nearby but by 1906 it had left the congregation of Piketberg to form the present church that exists there. Nowadays the village is known for its simplicity and natural beauty. It’s also home to a man named Helmut Wokalek, who arrived from Austria for a visit and then decided to stay. He now runs a very popular restaurant is a big attraction to tourists.
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SA Florist's Aurora floral shops are listed online for your ease.
To support your artisan florists has never looked simpler, and Aurora provides for our customers a range of local and artisan florists to choose from. If you’re in Aurora or you’re sending a present to special friends from Aurora, all your flower and gift items will be discovered with our artisan floral experts.
Our team has assembled a geo-positioned market where floral designers can upload their singular index of floral gifts and customers can then purchase gifts for colleagues in Aurora from flower experts in their town or city. Making use of SA Florist’s fast deliveries enables customers to order flower gifts anywhere in Aurora with the tiniest fee in the country.
SA Florist's huge selection of products consists of chrysanthemums, sunflowers, roses, gerberas, proteas, lilies, carnations, freesias and many more in different collections. We can even give you gift baskets of Method Cap Classique, chocolate, fruit, teddy bears, nuts, soft toys and more.
Watch our Aurora florist stores to discover the most beautiful flower!