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Manly offers the quintessential Northern Beaches lifestyle: sun, surf, shopping and laid-back vibes. Manly Beach is known for its great surf and is a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and beach games. There are also plenty of cafes and restaurants nearby where you can grab a bite to eat or a drink with friends and family after a day at the beach. While some Northern Beaches suburbs are tricky to get to from the city, Manly is just a short 20-minute hop to Circular Quay and the Sydney CBD via the Manly Fast Ferry, making it a convenient place for city workers to live. Manly is a true gem of Sydney’s north, and our flowers would make the perfect gift for anyone living there. If you're looking to buy flowers in Manly, see below for a list of local Manly florists. Or, if you're looking to get flowers delivered to Manly, order online now with us and get 10% off when you subscribe to our newsletter.


Here’s a list of all the florists we know of in and near Manly. If we’re missing your favourite Manly florist, let us know!

En Saison Flowers (9 The Corso, Manly)

Manly Plants (43-45 E Esplanade, Manly)

Poppies & Amber (22A Darley Rd, Manly)

The Plant Room (57 Pittwater Rd, Manly)

Elise Polito Florist (87 Pittwater Rd, Manly)

Emporio Home & Flowers (185 Pittwater Rd, Manly)

The Ivy Project (Unit 4/11 Griffin St, Manly)


If you’re more into shopping than surfing, there’s the Manly Corso. This lively pedestrian mall is a bustling hub of activity with plenty of shops, weekend markets, restaurants, and cafes, and is known for its vibrant atmosphere and street performers. On the Corso, you'll find a wide range of shopping options, from surf shops to high-end boutiques, as well as a variety of dining options, from classic fish and chips to modern cafes and international cuisine. The Corso is also home to the iconic Manly Wharf Hotel, a historic pub with great views of the harbour.

The Manly to Spit Bridge Walk is a huge draw for tourists and Sydney locals alike. This popular coastal walk stretches for around 10km between Manly and the Spit Bridge in Seaforth, offering stunning views of Sydney Harbour, secluded beaches, picturesque bays, and rugged headlands. If you’re a history buff, check out Q Station. It’s the former site of the Quarantine Station in Manly, established in the 1830s to quarantine immigrants and travellers arriving with infectious diseases, like smallpox and Spanish Influenza. The site has been carefully preserved and restored, and today it serves as a hotel, conference centre, museum and wedding venue.

If you’re looking to send flowers to someone in Manly, we think our Seasonal Natives would be perfect! Delivered in our signature gift box and with a card for your personal message, these blooms and bound to make their day.

Not sending flowers to Manly? Here are some of the nearby suburbs we deliver to: Fairlight, Balgowlah, Balgowlah Heights, North Balgowlah, Seaforth, Clontarf, Queenscliff, Manly Vale, North Manly, Freshwater. Visit our Sydney flower delivery page to see what flowers we can deliver to these areas.