Free Flower Delivery across Melbourne 25km.

We are your locally florist for flower delivery to Preston & surrounding.

Are you looking for the best florist to send your flowers & gifts to Preston , and nearby city areas ? We are based & operated Melbourne florist, all our flowers & gifts are all fresh made by our stylish florists and get it delivered the same day to your destination.

Shop your flowers & gifts with freshness

Laura Florist and Gifts, is a Melbourne based florist specialized to deliver daily fresh made flower bouquet, flowers in-a-box, vase arrangement, donut bouquet, or edible hamper gift pack for you.  

We do believe that the freshness is the core to made your gift stunning - no matter they are flowers, donut, or cupcake. We follow this simple principle to run our business. Therefore we don't keep much stocks at our workshop, and prefer to do market purchasing every early morning from our supplier. You can imagine a big smile on the recipients face when they are receiving the fresh flower bouquet, or fresh edible gift pack.

We offer FREE same day flower delivery over 300 Melbourne suburbs, our friendly courier team get your flower delivered before 5pm. If you have special requirement such as late drop off , Sunday delivery , etc , welcome contact us for special arrangement. 

Flower Delivery to Preston & nearby

We have wide range of products to express your wish, your bless, and your love. We offer FREE same day delivery across 300 Melbourne suburbs, includes :
Preston, Thornbury, Northcote, Heidelberg, Brunswick and surrounding areas.
Preston is a northern suburb from Melbourne city. In April 1939, Mr. Vara Tidd, aged 91 years, who had lived in Preston since arriving with his family as a seven-year-old, recalled the early settlement:

"He retains a wonderfully clear memory of the early days of Preston when the settlement was known as Irishtown. He can recall the camp of aborigines on the banks of the Darebin Creek and the old toll gate at Wood street Preston as well as the flour mill in the same street with Emery's pottery behind the mill. Transport in those days was primitive and limited. The waggonette left the old Royal Mall Hotel In Bourke street."

Urban growth accelerated in Preston during the 1920s, thanks largely to the establishment of a direct rail link between Collingwood and Flinders Street in 1904 (later electrified in 1926), and a building of a tram line to the Melbourne central business district in 1920. The Preston Workshops would later be built in 1925 by the Melbourne & Metropolitan Tramways Board.
Currently, the suburb of Preston exists to the south of the original Preston municipal area. Suburbs which were once part of this include: Reservoir, Ruthven, Keon Park and Kingsbury.

Preston has a wide variety of restaurants, including fine dining and fast food. High Street has been transformed lately[when?], with many new cafes and restaurants opening and becoming popular with the youth in the area.