Do you have a special occasion coming up and want to brighten the ambiance with beautiful flowers? The Flower Guys offer organic and magnificent flowers in Gymea Bay that are one-of-a-kind and appropriate for any event.
Our Flower Guys Florists' professional designers will create any designs you like in accordance with your celebrations.
For additional information on how to order flowers, please visit our website at https://theflowerguys.com.au/ or call us at 02 9531 8223.
The Flower Guys provide organic and exquisite flowers in Gymea Bay that are unique in appearance and suitable for any occasion. Flower delivery options include fresh or dried flowers, bouquets, and flowers in vases or boxes and are arranged in a lovely manner. With their colorful, vibrant, and gorgeous blossoms, these nicely crafted flowers are great for a wedding or any other special occasion.
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The Flower Guys has professional florists proudly serving Gymea Bay. The team is friendly and knowledgeable when it comes to serving customers and designing a stunning, eye-catching fresh, or silk floral arrangement. They are personalized just for you and are made of the highest quality and design.
Gymea Bay florists are passionate about setting a new standard in the business by showcasing the flower's natural beauty.
The Flower Guys offer flower delivery to Gymea Bay as well as its neighboring districts. The Gymea Bay Florist provides same-day delivery and always delivers the freshest blooms on schedule. Customers can choose from a broad variety of floral designs, and ensure that the freshest, fragrant, and elegant flowers are well-delivered.
At The Flower Guys, we send quality flowers in a stunning arrangement to any special event, whether it is a wedding or party, formal or casual, or any other occasion. Visit our website at https://theflowerguys.com.au/ to place your order, or call us at 02 9531 8223.
Gymea Bay is a suburb and locality in southern Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It's around 27 kilometers (17 miles) south of Sydney's central business district, in the Sutherland Shire local government area.
Only the single peninsula between Gymea Bay and the North West Arm of the Port Hacking River was included in the locality, which was bounded on the north by Coonong Creek and on the west by an unnamed creek flowing south of Gymea Bay Road between Barraran Street and Coonong Road.
Gymea Bay is named after Gymea Bay, a small bay on the Port Hacking estuary's north side. Gymea Bay was once considered a suburb of Gymea, according to early street directories. The NSW Geographical Names Board proposed a significantly larger area for a suburb of Gymea Bay in 2008, covering much of former Gymea and even part of Miranda, which are separated from the region of Gymea Bay and its settlement by a deep valley with no roads.
Sutherland Shire Council and volunteers maintain Coonong Creek Bushland Reserve at Gymea Bay, which is a remnant bushland area. Its walking paths connect to the Gymea Bay Baths Reserve and the Old School Park.
The heritage-listed Gymea Bay Baths are located near the intersection of Gymea Bay Road and Ellesmere Road in Gymea Bay. The baths are tucked away in a peaceful cove surrounded by gum trees, providing the ideal habitat for a variety of bird species.
On Gymea Bay Road, you'll find Gymea Bay Public School. Gymea Bay Public School has grown to become the Sutherland Shire's largest primary school (in terms of enrollment).
The heritage Gymea Bay Baths are located on the shore of Gymea Bay Baths Reserve, near the intersection of Gymea Bay Road and Ellesmere Road in Gymea Bay. For over 40 years, the Gymea Bay Amateur Swimming Club has used the baths. Recreation and fishing are both popular in the bay and the Port Hacking estuary.