Brighton Flower Shop delivers floral arrangements across Melbourne, with same-day and next-day delivery available. We can send flowers to private residences, business outlets, and public facilities, including schools and communal grounds such as the Hampton Community Centre. Weíll deliver to aged care facilities like Regis McKinley House and Hamble Court, and to hospitals like Masada Private Hospital, Caulfield Hospital, and Linacre Private Hospital. We service funeral homes, including John Grant Funerals and Templeton Family Funerals, and can even deliver to cemeteries, such as Brighton General Cemetery and Melbourne General Cemetery. We can arrange flower service for large events like weddings, or for small events like services in churches; the Presbyterian Church of Victoria, or the Holy Trinity Anglican Church, for example.
Our flowers are suitable for a variety of occasions, and we have special arrangements for events like Easter and Christmas. Vividly-coloured irises and chrysanthemums are often found in birthday and celebratory arrangements, and white lilies are a staple of our sympathy and apology bouquets. Roses are an integral part of any romantic engagement, from anniversaries to Valentineís Day, and pink and white roses often feature in our Motherís Day selections. We also have bouquets and gift baskets designed for celebrating a new baby. You can make your order more extravagant with the addition of inscribed balloons, teddy bears, or boxes of chocolate. We also offer fruit baskets and hampers of gourmet food, along with potted plants like daisies and orchids.
The Brighton Flower Shop can be found in the Melbourne suburb we take our name from. A seaside suburb, Brighton was originally known as Waterville when it was purchased in 1840, with town allotments being offered a year later. The area eventually became known as Brighton Estate, named after the seaside resort in England, and quickly attracted affluent residents interested in sea bathing. The famous bathing boxes of Dendry Street are known to have been present in 1862, and are a heritage-listed tourist attraction.
The beach remains the suburbís main draw, with Beach Road and Bay Trail being popular cycling/walking paths along the coastline. Though Brighton is primarily residential, many cafes and restaurants take advantage of Port Phillip Bay views, and there are several hotels in the area, including the well-known Brighton Savoy.
Brighton Beach is a popular spot for kitesurfing, and the Royal Brighton Yacht Club offers a large marina. But entertainment isnít only centred around the water, with the Elsternwick Golf Course and the Brighton Recreational Centre also found within the suburb. Kamesburgh Gardens are open to the public, and there are several recreational organisations in the area, including the Brighton Beach Bowls Club, the Brighton Life Saving Club, and the Gardenvale Bridge Club.