Can’t deliver your flowers to friends in Coogee personally? Perhaps you’re out of town, or you would rather surprise your loved one with the flowers. Whatever the reason, The Fresh Flower Project Team is here to help! We have direct flower delivery to Coogee five days a week, with same-day delivery to Coogee if you order by 11 am.
Here, at the Fresh Flower Project, we have plenty of gorgeous floral arrangements including roses, sunflowers, lilies, and orchids that make the most beautiful floral gift, regardless of the reason.
Easy Fresh Flower delivery to Coogee
When you are looking for an easy and convenient fresh flower delivery to Coogee, we are your go-to florist for unique fresh flower delivery to Coogee. In our eco-friendly and sustainable floral studio, every fresh flower delivery is as easy as 1-2-3.
Our friendly drivers deliver carefully to the beautiful and lively suburb of Coogee. No matter what the fresh flower bunches size, when delivered to the recipient’s door, each fresh flower bunch is sure to be received with a big, bright smile. We make every Coogee fresh flower delivery the best you can get and easy on the environment. Same day delivery for orders placed by 11 am.
We also deliver to these surrounding suburbs
Clovelly | Randwick | Bondi | Queens Park | Kensington | Kingsford | Moore Park | Centennial Park | Maroubra | Malabar | and many more
A little about Coogee, NSW 2034
Eastern Suburbs· Sydney Region
Coogee is one of the most vibrant of all the easter suburbs in Sydney. The clear blue waters and an abundance of places to dine around the beachside attract Sydneysiders as well as tourists.
The Bidjigal and Gadigal people of the Eora Nation are the traditional owners of the land. The name Coogee originates from the Aboriginal word “koojah”, meaning “the smell of seaweed drying”. in 1838 Coogee has pronounced a township. When the electric tram offered easy access to the beach from the city, the suburb’s popularity as a go-to beach was truly solidified. Today, Coogee is a part of Randwick Council and is superbly connected with its numerous tram and bus routes.
Taking the spotlight is, of course, Coogee Beach. With its ocean pools such as McIver’s Baths and Wylie’s Baths lining the coast, it is a swimmer’s heaven. If you prefer to stretch your legs, Coogee Beach marks the start (or finish) of the very famous six-kilometer Bondi to Coogee coastal walk.
The streetscape around Coogee is a combination of Victorian-era cottages, beach houses, mid-rise apartments, small shopfronts, pubs, restaurants, – many of which enjoy a stunning ocean view. Coogee also has one of the steepest streets in Sydney, Arden Street.
One of Coogee landmarks is of course the Coogee Pavilion, or “The Pav”. It is spread across three levels with vast views of the ocean and is a popular eating and drinking spot. The Coogee Bay Hotel is also another local staple, with its beer garden attracting those looking to kick up their heels. You’ll also find plenty of cafes and restaurants along Coogee’s main strip, Coogee Bay Road.