Keysborough Flowers

Are you looking for a florist to deliver a gift to Heart 2 Heart Florist today? Heart 2 Heart Florist is open seven days a week and offers same-day delivery if ordered before 2 pm.

Colour Rose Bouquet
Colour Rose Bouquet
$95.00
Cottage Charm
Cottage Charm
$105.00
Elegant Bouquet
Elegant Bouquet
$150.00
Pretty Please
Pretty Please
$95.00
Bright Infusion
Bright Infusion
$88.00
Elegant Rose Hatbox
Elegant Rose Hatbox
$165.00
Hatbox Flowers
Hatbox Flowers
$99.00
Dozen Roses in a Box
Dozen Roses in a Box
$119.00
Pretty vase posy
Pretty vase posy
$79.00
Mia
Mia
$79.50
Rose Heart Spray
Rose Heart Spray
$180.00
Oriental Lilly
Oriental Lilly
$68.00
Hatbox Elegance
Hatbox Elegance
$450.00
Be Mine
Be Mine
$95.00
Hot Pink Twist
Hot Pink Twist
$125.00

Keysborough Florist

Welcome to Heart 2 Heart Florist; we are a family-run business delivering flowers to Keysborough and the Melbourne metro area.

Your Local Keysborough Florist

We are located conveniently opposite the Springvale Necropolis Botanical Cemetery and offer an extensive range of funeral and sympathy flowers.

We offer an extensive range of affordable flowers, meaning 100% of your value spent will go towards your flower order.

We provide an easy-to-use and friendly service through our website, over the telephone or in-store.

We offer seven-day-a-week flower and gift deliveries. However, there may be some restrictions for Keysborough flower deliveries on the weekends.

Order online or call us now to discuss your needs: 61 3 9540 3657

About Keysborough

Keysborough is a suburb approximately 27 kilometers south of Melbourne, south of Noble Park. Springvale Road forms the western boundary, Dandenong Creek forms the eastern boundary, and Mordialloc Creek forms the southern boundary.

Keysborough is one of Melbourne's larger suburbs in terms of land area. It is divided into three sections: the southern part, which comprises market gardens and semi-rural estates, the middle part, which has extensive residential and industrial development, and the northern part, which typically contains houses built mostly between the 1960s and the 1990s.

History of Keysborough

The name Keysborough was derived after the Keys family.

It was in 1859 when the area, north of the Carrum Swamp became known as Keysborough after George Keys, who had been farming in the region from 1844, and two of his sons purchased allotments there.

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Keysborough North underwent suburbanization.

Tourist Attractions in Keysborough

Keysborough is home to a number of fun activities for kids, a sizeable retail area, and a growing number of top-notch cafes and restaurants.

The family-friendly Xtreme Air is home to Melbourne's largest trampoline park. There are six foam pit lanes, three dodgeball courts, four slam dunk lanes, and a sizable free jump court.

Tatterson Park is one of several parks that have large woodlands, playgrounds, and walking trails in their center. A lot of space is available for kids to run around and climb in the Pirate Park as well, which has playgrounds modeled after ships.

Schools and Sports in Keysborough

Keysborough is home to several schools and educational facilities. There’s the Chandler Park, Keysborough Park, Maralinga primary schools, Keysborough Secondary College - Acacia Campus, Wallarano Primary School, Keysborough Secondary College - Banksia Campus, and Resurrection Catholic Primary School.

In the western boundary of the suburb are the Keysborough campus of Haileybury College, The Assemblies of God-run Lighthouse Christian College, Sirius College, and Mount Hira College.

Keysborough is also home to several sporting clubs such as Keysborough Tennis Court, the Keysborough Junior Football Club, Parkmore Football Club, and Keysborough Cougars.