Syndal Flowers - Free Same Day Flower Delivery

Mount Waverley Flowers - Free Same Day Flower Delivery
Sending Flowers to Syndal? Looking for a Syndal Florist?
We provide 100% Free Same Day Flower delivery to Syndal, Melbourne, Vic, 3149 & surrounding suburbs.
We are your number one choice for Syndal flowers delivery if you’re looking to send flowers to a loved one for any occasion, with our huge online range covering every possible need, from “get well” gifts to anniversaries, weddings to newborns, sympathy to birthdays and Valentine’s Day to Mother’s Day.
So this means we are your number one choice for Syndal flower delivery if you’re looking to send flowers. 
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Mount Waverley Free Same Day Flower Delivery
We deliver flowers across all of Syndal and we know Syndal and its residents very well. So let us take care of your flower and gift needs to Syndal.
And we provide top-class customer service whether ordering online, telephone or in person.
And, if your loved one is lucky enough to be based in Syndal, we are your best choice. With our huge range of styles all available online to suit any budget or occasion.
We will send you a photo of your flowers before leaving our showroom. 
Send the perfect custom floral arrangement delivered to those you care for. Order Online, give us a call on 03 9802 7507 or pop into the store.
Syndal Facts and Figures
Syndal is a Locality in the Melbourne suburbs of Glen Waverley and Mount Waverley in Victoria, Australia. Around the intersection of High Street Road and Blackburn Road. It is in the local government area of the City of Monash. From the intersection down to Syndal railway station on Coleman Parade, is the Syndal Shopping Centre. A highly populated commercial area encompassing a number of diverse local interest stores including several take-away food shops, a laundromat, a bridal store, a dry cleaner and many others in between.
The commercial area is renowned for many long established specialist businesses. The intersection used to have three petrol stations, three banks (the Commonwealth Bank, the State Bank of Victoria, and the Westpac Bank), and two supermarkets including Schultz's supermarket owned and run by the Brownlow Medal winner John Schultz and his brother Robert Schultz. Today, Syndal has no banks, petrol stations, or supermarkets.
At one point in time there were five schools, three primary schools and two secondary schools, containing the name Syndal – The former schools of Syndal High School, Syndal Technical School, and Syndal Primary School, and the continuing Syndal North Primary School (now Mount Waverley North Primary School), and Syndal South Primary School.
Syndal has a nominated Australia Post postal office, although Syndal is still part of the greater Mount Waverley and Glen Waverley suburbs, and shares the same postal code as Mount Waverley, 3149, or Glen Waverley, 3150.
Syndal was originally the name of a 114-acre (0.46 km2) farm owned by Sir Redmond Barry on High Street Road, which was purchased off Barry by the Coleman family who consolidated a number of farms at the time. The name for the locality was reclaimed in 1930 when the railway line to Glen Waverley station was opened and the name for the station at Blackburn Road and Coleman Parade had to be decided. The centre of the Syndal locality, and the original Syndal property is on High Street Road, west of the Blackburn Road intersection.
Here are some links for you to learn more about Syndal’s fascinating history and future
Waverley Historical Society
Syndal Wikipedia
Monash Council