Cabramatta Florist

Seed Blossom Pod is a family run florist delivering to Cabramatta and surrounding suburbs for many years. Our range includes floral arrangements, flower bouquets, native flowers, and posies for all occasions. We also stock a beautiful range of candles, hand creams, and room diffusers, along with lovely home wares and prints. 

Blushing
Blushing
$160.00
Delicate
Delicate
$160.00
Bluey
Bluey
$160.00
Spicy
Spicy
$140.00
Sweetness
Sweetness
$140.00
Blossom
Blossom
$140.00
Cheers
Cheers
$120.00
Pumpkin
Pumpkin
$120.00
Surprises
Surprises
$120.00
Enchanted
Enchanted
$160.00
Darling
Darling
$120.00
Devine
Devine
$160.00
Amazes
Amazes
$180.00
Jades
Jades
$265.00
Wildflowers
Wildflowers
$100.00
Buttery
Buttery
$160.00
Cyril
Cyril
$150.00
Cye
Cye
$150.00
Cyd
Cyd
$150.00
Elegant
Elegant
$80.00
Raffles
Raffles
$65.00
Antherium
Antherium
$100.00

Best Local Cabramatta Florist Near You

We are located on Wallgrove Road, a short distance from The Horsley Drive and M7 exit of the same name. Our shop started as a small shed, where we specialised in gifts, market blooms, and funeral flowers. Today, we continue the traditions of our original store but have expanded our range. Our newly renovated store is a comforting place to be when ordering and purchasing flowers, with air conditioning, and lots of gorgeous flowers to look at and choose from. Our friendly staff are trained florists and can help guide you with your purchase. We can recommend the best colours, flowers, and gifts for all occasions. Shop at the best florist near Cabramatta. 

Flower Delivery Cabramatta 

Planning to send flowers to your loved ones? We offer same day delivery in Cabramatta when you order before 12PM. You can send fresh flowers to Cabramatta  as well as other locations of Western Sydney.

About Cabramatta

Cabramatta is a suburb in South West Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Cabramatta is located 30 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the City of Fairfield.

Cabramatta is colloquially known as `Cabra` and has the largest Hoa Vietnamese community in Australia. It is also Australia`s largest non-Anglo-Celtic commercial precinct. The population demographics are reflected by the many Vietnamese-Australian and Chinese-Australian businesses. As a result, the suburb is considered a gourmand destination for Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese cuisines.

Freedom Plaza is located within the Cabramatta CBD and forms the pedestrian mall between John Street and Arthur Street. The Pai Lau or gateway forms the main ornamental feature of Freedom Plaza and symbolises harmony and multiculturalism. It was opened in 1991 by Nick Greiner, the Premier of New South Wales at the time, as part of the Chinese New Year celebrations. Dutton Plaza, a three-storey building located centrally within the Cabramatta CBD, was opened in June 2016. The Fairfield City Council funded and owned retail development replaced an existing Council owned at-grade car park and amenities building, with all income from the new development to be invested in community projects. The development comprises 31 retail premises and amenities on the ground floor, four offices on the first floor, and 275 car spaces on the first and second floors. The public open space fronting the main entrance on the eastern side of the plaza was named Gough Whitlam Place, in honour of Gough Whitlam who represented Cabramatta as the Member for Werriwa from 1952 to 1978.

Schools in Cabramatta, including public, Catholic and private schools include Cabramatta Public School, Cabramatta West Public School, Cabramatta High School, Sacred Heart Primary School, Clement College, Pal Buddhist School, Harrington Street Public School. Cabramatta railway station is a junction station on the Sydney Trains network, where the Inner West & Leppington, Cumberland and Bankstown lines merge. A taxi station can also be found on Arthur Street in front of Cabramatta Post Office with frequent services and many taxis.

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