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Named after a circular valley called “the punch bowl” – which is actually located in nearby suburb Belfield – Punchbowl has become a melting pot of ethnicities and tantalising food outlets. With a large array of public amenities and easy access to the city, Punchbowl certainly isn’t short on anything, including florists. For a full list of local Punchbowl florists, take a look near the bottom of the page. Or, if you're looking to get flowers delivered, order yours online now and get 10% off your first order and free delivery forever.
Here’s a list of all the florists we know of in Punchbowl. If we’re missing anyone, let us know!
El Khair Florist (814 Punchbowl rd, Punchbowl) Flowers A Bunch (Roselands Shopping Centre, Roselands) Maria’s Fresh Flowers (21 Faraday rd, Padstow) Musi Flowers (10 Milperra rd, Revesby) Yen Florist (126-128 Marion st, Bankstown) Ningflower (Burwood rd, Belmore) Leanne’s Florist (65 Howard rd, Padstow) Bright Flower (Centro Bankstown North Tce, Bankstown)
In the 1920s and 30s Punchbowl was one of Sydney’s most affluent suburbs. Adorned with popular theatres such as The Astoria, which was built to hold almost one thousand patrons, and the 1,300 person capacity venue The Regent, Punchbowl was renowned as a cultural centre of Sydney. Today the suburb is renowned for its mix of cultures and is especially well known for its Lebanese food, with culinary walking tours of the area selling out months in advance. Notable residents of the area include former Prime Minister Paul Keating, and lovable fictional character Trent from Punchy. If you’re looking to send flowers to someone special in Punchbowl, send one of our stylish bouquets likeThe Renate, in our custom designed gift box.