ON Valentine’s Day, take the time to tell that special someone you love them.
If you want to do something special but are stuck for ideas, there are plenty of places around town that can help you make Valentine’s Day memorable for your loved one.
To find the perfect gift or unique way to say “I love you”, Floral Feast has plenty of ideas to help you along.
The store has a huge range of fresh flowers, hampers, chocolates, Ecoya soy candles, teddies and helium balloons.
For the traditional gift of red roses, Floral Feast has ordered a couple of thousand in, along with a selection of other colours if you are after something different.
Katie from Floral Feast said the most popular gift being purchased for Valentine’s Day this year was 12 long-stemmed red roses with an accompanying teddybear and chocolates.
Gifts start from as little as $10 and you can expect to pay $130 for 12 red long-stemmed roses, but get in quick as they are proving popular.
Floral Feast will be open tomorrow and Sunday in the lead-up to Valentine’s Day and deliver for that element of surprise.
If you are looking to treat your partner to a special meal, Explorers Inn has a special Valentine’s Day menu.
The restaurant will have romantic table settings for two, complete with a carnation, a glass of champagne on arrival and chocolates.
Explorers Inn has put together a special four-course Valentine’s Day menu which includes oysters to your liking, seafood tian, chicken mango and a chocolate selection to whet your appetite.
Expect to pay about $70 per head for dinner and to avoid disappointment, book your table for two on 4982 2822.
The Red Orchid is also putting on a special Valentine’s Day menu and are decorating the restaurant in a romantic theme to set the mood.
There will be table settings for two or four and ladies will receive champagne on arrival.
Dinner is a three-course meal with seafood and a delicious shared chocolate dessert is a highlight on the menu.
The cost is $45 per head and limited places are left.
Phone 4982 2284 to book.
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