If that birthday or anniversary had completely slipped your mind, we can help you out with our same-day Neutral Bay flower delivery. We’re all about convenience – and style! Let our team at The Fresh flower Project weave their magic for you. We deliver stunning fresh flowers to Neutral Bay on the same day if you place your order before 11 am.
We have a selection of gorgeous floral arrangements including roses, sunflowers, lilies, orchids, and many more that make the most stunning floral gifts, regardless of the reason.
We also deliver to these surrounding suburbs
Sydney CBD | Cremorne | Kirribilli | North Sydney | Milsons Point |McMahons Point | Waverton | Mosman | Cammeray | North Bridge | and many more
Easy Fresh Flower delivery to Neutral Bay
Picking out fresh flowers that are just right for an occasion can be overwhelming. That’s where our floral expertise comes in and why we have you well covered when it comes to one of the best fresh flower delivery services anywhere in Neutral Bay.
In our eco-friendly and sustainable floral studio, we pour our hearts into every fresh flower bunch we create. And our customers continue to tell us that in their view this makes us one of the best fresh flower delivery services around Neutral Bay when it comes to design, quality, and service. No matter what the occasion – birthday, anniversary, housewarming, new baby arrival, condolences, or simply just because, we will help you choose to be the best flowers for the occasion. Our friendly drivers deliver carefully to the beautiful and lively suburb of Neutral Bay.
A little about Neutral Bay, NSW 2089
North Shore-Lower· Sydney Region
Views, glorious views. Neutral Bay is the waterfront lower-north-shore suburb that knows how to serve. A kilometre and a half from the CBD and neighbouring North Sydney, Cammeray and Cremorne, Neutral Bay is every bit as radiant as its neighbours but with a dash more historic charm.
The traditional owners of the land are the Cammeraygal people, who called the area Wirra-birra, meaning a place of trees near water. Its waterfront position adds prestige to the Neutral Bay name, known for its million-dollar views of Sydney Harbour.
The views might be Neutral Bay’s defining feature, but friendly hospitality has always been its selling point. The suburb earned its colonial name after Governor Arthur Phillip declared it a “neutral harbour” where foreign ships could anchor and stock up on supplies. Today, Neutral Bay continues to attract people to its picturesque cafe and al fresco dining scene and the in-demand Neutral Bay Public School. An amenity-packed shopping strip down Military Road and the long-esteemed The Oaks Hotel round out a suburb that is keen to deliver.
As Military Road, the cosmopolitan main artery, dips into steeper, narrow laneways, a more classical Neutral Bay comes into the picture. You’ll have your pick of views from art deco apartments, historic cottages, federation sandstone homes, and multi-level terrace houses. Small apartments and modern mansions sit atop the harbourside rocky outcrops. Follow the leafy, meandering roads, and you’ll find yourself watching the bobbing boats at Kurraba Reserve or at a casual ball game at Anderson Park.
While parking is notoriously difficult, well-serviced buses connect to the CBD in 25 minutes and the nearest train station at Wynyard in 15 minutes. And for those who can’t get enough of the water, a ferry ride will get you from Neutral Bay Wharf to Circular Quay in under 15 minutes.