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If you need fabulous flowers delivered to Queens Park today, IF THE FLORIST is Queens Park's most reliable same-day flower delivery service. Place your order before 2pm Monday to Saturday for same day delivery to Queens Park. Fresh and fragrant flowers delivered to Queens Park today with IF THE FLORIST!
IF THE FLORIST is a local beachside florist located in Maroubra. Our designer Ivan Ferreira had the opportunity to work with Sydney's leading florists, inspiring him to create his own brand. He has always wanted to express his creativity through the infinite possibilities of flowers. Being born in the countryside of Brazil, Ivan takes inspiration from the seaside, tropical landscapes and freedom.
IF THE FLORIST stocks a wide range of gorgeous fresh flowers, plants and gifts. We deliver flowers to Queens Park Monday to Saturday from 9am to 7pm. For same day delivery, orders must be placed by 2pm. Orders placed after 2pm will be delivered to Queens Park on the next trading day. For Sunday deliveries, special requests and priority delivery, please contact the shop directly on 02 8084 4123.
Normal flower delivery hours to Queens Park are between 9am to 5pm. All flower deliveries to businesses in Queens Park will be delivered by close of business hours. All residential flower orders to Queens Park may be delivered by 7pm. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee any specific delivery time.
Our delivery fee starts at $9.95. And we don't just deliver flowers to Queens Park, IF THE FLORIST also delivers to a wide range of Sydney suburbs (insert link here).
Make sure you add your recipient's contact number at check out and click "yes" for authority to leave, so we can leave the flowers or plant in a safe location at your recipient's door in Queens Park. All of our flowers are "wet wrapped" so that they stay fresh for few hours without water.
Order online or call IF THE FLORIST on 02 80844123 to discuss what you have in mind today.
Queens Park is a small parkland suburb located six kilometres east of Sydney's central business district, in the Eastern Suburbs. The suburb's namesake park, as well as a portion of Centennial Park, is found in the suburb's south, while Queens Park's northern district is largely residential. Queens Park is coveted for its historic housing stock, all of which enjoys convenient adjacency to Bondi Junction and proximity to the Eastern Suburbs' most substantial parkland areas.
Queens Park, the suburb's namesake green space, forms a part of the greater Centennial Parklands. While Centennial Park opened to the public in 1888, Queens Park was developed slightly later due to drainage problems. From 1895 to 1899, the park contained an eleven-hole golf course (later relocated to Botany). Since then, Queens Park has existed as it does today - as a public urban park, with an array of sports fields included within its folds. Historic houses on the eastern side of the suburb date from the Victorian era, while those on the northern and southern sides are mainly Federation style. Formerly a part of Bondi Junction, Queens Park was declared its own suburb in 1992.
The suburb's namesake park consumes almost all of the suburb's southern portion, save for a small pocket of Centennial Park, that exists in the suburb's southwestern corner, and Moriah War Memorial College, which lies adjacent to both parks. Queens Park's built-up streets are almost entirely residential, but Charing Cross is partially located in the suburb's east, and is home to the renowned Charing Cross Hotel.