North Shore Florist delivers fresh flowers and gift baskets to North Harbour, Albany South, Meadowood, Beach Haven North, Cuthill, Glenfield North, Glenfield West, Glenfield East, Glenfield South, Marlborough, Westlake, Northcote, Northcote West, Forrest Hill, Crown Hill, Windsor Park and suburbs of North Shore.
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From Florist Works North Shore, you can buy flowers online safely and securely, and have your flowers delivered in North Shore and to the surrounding suburbs of North Shore City. Same day flower delivery is available for orders placed before 2 PM Monday to Friday and 10 AM Saturdays. North Shore Florist delivers flowers to North Shore, North Shore City and surrounding suburbs.
North Shore Florist has nearly 300 styles of bouquets and arrangements available to order online. We are continuously updating our flower arrangements to include seasonal flowers and flowers for special occasions such as flowers for Mother’s Day.
Formerly known as North Shore City, the North Shore area is part of the greater urban region of Auckland, located on New Zealand’s North Shore. The area is situated to the north of Waitemata Harbour. North Shore is connected to the greater Auckland area by two bridges that cross the harbour.
Originally settled as a farming area, early visitors to the North Shore would visit the area on daytrips to the beach. Once the Auckland Harbour Bridge was constructed in 1959, the population and popularity of the area boomed, with the North Shore being recognised as a city in its own right.
Businesses within the North Shore contribute to almost 7% of New Zealand’s GDP, with the city’s business growth rates increasing by nearly 30% between 1998 and 2002. Some areas of the North Shore are home to the most expensive real estate in New Zealand, with homes located in the ‘Golden Mile’ beach area selling for millions of dollars.
For those that reside on the North Shore, popular activities include swimming, sunbathing and walking at any of the 10 beaches located in the area. Surfers and kite surfers are frequent visitors to the area, as are sailing boats and kayakers.