Would you like beautiful flowers delivered to Hunters Hill today? Atlantis Flowers is Hunters Hill's premier flower delivery service. Simply place your order before 1pm weekdays for same day delivery to Hunters Hill Monday to Friday. Fabulous and fresh flowers delivered to Hunters Hill today!
Atlantis Flowers has been providing gorgeous, market fresh blooms and designs to Hunters Hill, the Lower North Shore and Sydney generally, for decades.
Owned and operated by Linda - you get the benefit of a floral designer who has some 40 years experience in the industry.
Linda was a part of some of Sydney's well-established florists over a number of years (Pearsons, Searles, Flower Factory), before branching out with her own studio 25 years ago.
Atlantis Flowers delivers beautiful same day floral arrangements to Hunters Hill for all occasions, including: birthdays; anniversaries; sympathy; get well; new baby; just because; thank you; and more!
Atlantis Flowers doesn't just deliver flowers same day to Hunters Hill, we also deliver flowers to the Mater Hospital, North Shore Private Hospital, the Royal North Shore Hospital, Northside Group - St Leonards Clinic, and a wide range of suburbs on the Lower North Shore and further afield. Order by 1pm weekdays for beautiful, fresh flowers delivered to Hunters Hill today!
If your flowers are arranged in florist’s foam, top up the water daily, taking care not to overfill.
If you have received cut flowers, trim the stems diagonally about 2cm from the base prior to placing in clean water. Take special care to remove all leaves that will be underwater, as they contain bacteria that may quickly proliferate and spoil the water.
Position your flowers away from draughts, direct heat and/or sunlight. Do not place them on heat generating appliances such as TVs and microwaves.
As some flowers will last longer than others, carefully remove spent blooms, especially if other flowers in your display are still alive.
Atlantis Flowers | Fabulous and fresh flowers delivered to Hunters Hill today!
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Hunters Hill is a residential suburb located nine kilometres northwest of Sydney's central business district, on the Lower North Shore. The suburb, along with neighbouring Woolwich, is found on a long peninsula that separates the Lane Cove and Parramatta Rivers. Much of Hunters Hill's coveted housing stock enjoys tranquil water views and the suburb is accessible by road and ferry.
Hunters Hill is named after John Hunter, the second Governor of New South Wales. The suburb's Aboriginal name is Mookaboola or Moocooboola, aptly meaning meeting of waters. In the 1840s, convicts who had escaped from nearby Cockatoo Island would often take refuge in the area. The suburb was proclaimed a municipality in 1861 and the first Gladesville Bridge, connecting Hunters Hill to Drummoyne, was built in 1881. While the suburb was partially industrial in the early 20th century, it is now a highly coveted residential area.
Hunters Hill is celebrated for its well-preserved heritage sandstone buildings, which are in abundance throughout the suburb. While many of Hunters Hill's homes extend to the waterfront, a handful of green spaces provide waterside tranquillity to the public, including: Mornington Reserve; Pulpit Point; and Fern Road Park. The Tarban Creek Bridge and the Gladesville Bridge connect Hunters Hill to Huntleys Point and Drummoyne to the south; while Fig Tree Bridge connects the suburb to Linley Point and beyond in the north.