Spread the flower-loving fever with our fabulous Fresh Flower Project Quakers Hill flowers! Love, friendship, and joy are in the air with The Fresh Flower Project Flowers Quakers Hill servicing this beautiful suburb. With our amazing selection of fresh flowers ready to be delivered, Quakers Hill residents will be singing out with delight when they receive their beautiful fresh flower delivery from The Fresh Flower Project Quakers Hill florist. We curate fresh flowers daily from local Sydney growers, our flowers in the Quakers Hill range are fresh, vibrant, and long-lasting. No need to worry that the bouquet you purchase will wilt the next day!
Have a look at our 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
Glenwood | Parklea | Marayong | Seven Hills | Winston Hills | Blacktown | Quakers Hill | Baulkham Hills | Northmead | Toongabbie | and many more
Easy Fresh Flower delivery to QUAKERS HILL
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 Quakers Hill.
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 Quakers Hill 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 Quakers Hill.
A little about QUAKERS HILL, NSW 2763
Western Sydney· Sydney Region
Quakers Hill is a suburb of Sydney, located 40 kilometers west north-west of the Sydney CBD. Quakers Hill is part of the Greater Western Sydney region. Quakers Hill is colloquially known as ‘Quakers’.
The people of the Darug nation are recognised as the traditional custodians of the land that covers the area of Quakers Hill.
The Cumberland Plain, where Quakers Hill is located, has been home to the Darug people for many thousands of years. Particularly, oral histories passed down by Darug elders speak of the ongoing occupation of Blacktown and Eastern Creek by the Darug people.
Following European settlement, the area was used for grazing purposes. Government Surveyor James Meehan first used the name Quakers Hill in 1806 and this survey informed the land grants provided to settlers. When the train line Blacktown to Richmond was built in 1864 it promoted development along the route.
The origin of the name Quakers Hill is unclear.
Today Quakers Hill is mainly a suburb with a large community of young families. Quakers Hill is a diverse, vibrant, multicultural community with lots of young families and a growing population of ’empty-nesters’. The Quakers Hill community feels well-connected to surrounding areas, with great schools, community facilities, and open parkland spaces like the Western Sydney Parklands.
There are several fun things to do around and close to Quakers Hill. For animal lovers, there is Featherdale Wildlife Park in Doonside and then there is Sydney Zoo just over in the neighbouring suburb of Blacktown.
Stonecutters Ridge Golf Club, Blacktown Showground Precinct, Western Sydney Parklands, and Nurragingy Reserve all offer great outdoor activities.
If you are into chocolate, there is the Lindt chocolate factory outlet for some discounted deliciousness and a general great bargain there is the Parklea Markets just a few km away.