Flower Delivery to North Turramurra, Sydney

Sending Flowers to North Turramurra? Order by 12pm for SAME DAY DELIVERY · Open Monday to Friday 6am-4pm · Real Local Florist, We Deliver DIRECT · 02 9499 9414


Our expert florists and delivery team take care to curate your order from the moment they are handpicked at the growers market, to when they are designed into bouquets and arrangements, and finally when they are delivered to the recipient’s door. We believe that it’s the little details that add up to the sum of an experience which is greater than the parts.

Buds & Beans is the go-to local florist for North Turramurra!

Buds & Beans, a family-owned business established in 2011, has been proudly serving the local community with the highest quality flowers for 10 years! Our florists personally shop for the best flowers at the markets each week. We take pride in our proven ability to grab the crème de la crème of the produce offerings from the growers -whom we have developed close relationships with over the years. Our trusted florists have always been reliable in taking care of our customers with their flower orders. So, you can shop with confidence knowing that we take every step to ensure that your order will have the freshest and best quality flowers possible, made with love.


North Turramurra Florist | Flower Delivery By Buds & Beans | Buy From $45

A Photo of Your Flowers

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could actually see the flowers you have ordered? Well, rest assured we will send you a photo of your order before it is delivered, so you know exactly what flowers have been sent!

Have any questions?

Give us a call during Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm and one of our friendly staff members will assist you!

Flowers for Every Occasion

The great thing about flowers is that they are always a nice gesture for any occasion, such as a Thank You, Get Well Soon, Happy Birthday, Sympathy, I Love You, Anniversary or just because! Send your message with the amazing gift of flowers.

Flowers, flowers, flowers!

We are absolutely obsessed with flowers. It’s all we ever talk about :) Flowers can be described with the best words that any language has to offer! Around the world you will find that flowers are always mentioned with adjectives like beautiful, gorgeous, fresh, amazing, stunning, perfect, lovely, fabulous, awesome, breathtaking, immaculate and so on, and so on!


We are lucky to find ourselves using these wonderful words all the time when talking about our flowers. At Buds & Beans, we are proud to be your friendly local florists just a few minutes from North Turramurra.

Did you know?

The suburb of North Turramurra is on the Upper North Shore of Sydney. It is located around 20 kilometres (12 mi) north-west of Sydney's CBD, in the local government area of Ku-ring-gai Council. Turramurra and South Turramurra are separate suburbs, however, they share the same postcode of 2074.

Turramurra is an Aboriginal word which is thought to mean either big hill, high place, or small watercourse. Settlers referred to the area as Eastern Road until the name Turramurra was adopted when the train station was built in 1890. Eastern Road, which now runs from the bottom of Rohini Street to the start of Junction Road, was an area of orchards. Samuel King, and his wife Ann, established several orchards along Bobbin Head Road and at North Turramurra.

Eccleston du Faur secured the name of Turramurra for the area. Du Faur was born in England in 1832 and was recognised in Sydney as a supporter of the arts and sciences. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society in 1875 and was an early bush conservationist. Most importantly, Du Faur secured the land for the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park from the government of the day. The Chase was declared in 1894. Du Faur personally funded and made a road through the bushland to Bobbin Head. In 1895 he built a house on 25 acres (100,000 m2) at the Chase Gates. After his death in 1915, part of this property became Lady Davidson Home, a convalescent hospital, and later Lady Davidson Hospital.

North Turramurra became a separate suburb from Turramurra when it was officially gazetted on 5 August, 1994.

North Turramurra is home to the Sphinx War Memorial. This 1.5 m high model of the Great Sphinx of Egypt was carved out of sandstone in the 1920s by William Shirley, a returned soldier, in memory
of fallen comrades.

The suburb is a popular starting point for many bush walkers as it has easy access to Bobbin Head, the upper reaches of Cowan Creek and St Ives Chase.

North Turramurra lies on a narrow spur between two creeks (Lovers Jump Creek and Cowan Creek) that flow eventually to the sea through the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park on the northern outskirts of the city. The suburb is the northern boundary of the Ku-ring-gai Council. The heavily forested valleys pose a bush-fire threat each summer. Residents are blessed with common sightings of a wide variety of native wildlife.

At the 2016 census, North Turramurra recorded a population of 4,257. Of these:

The age distribution is very unusual, due to the large number of Aged Care Facilities. The median age was 57 years, compared to the national median of 38 years. Children aged under 15 years made up 14.3% of the population (national average is 18.7%) and people aged 65 years and over made up 42.8% of the population (national average is 15.8%).
61.1% were born in Australia; the next most common countries of birth were England 7.8%, South Africa 3.5%, China 2.1%, New Zealand 1.8% and Scotland 1.0%.
The suburb is characterised by a close-knit community and has a strong community group known as NTAG (North Turramurra Action Group), which is one of the most active and successful community groups in the Ku-ring-gai area. A survey performed in 2019 by ABS analysis group in the Chinese city of Chongqing maintained that North Turramurra had become the suburb of choice for aspiring property investors due to the proximity to untouched woodlands and previous high captital growth.

There is a shopping village in North Turramurra on Bobbin Head Road which has local favourite, Camper Tamper, an IGA supermarket, bakery, restaurants, post office, newsagent and other facilities such as dentist, pathology and liquor store. There is also a vet next to the bakery.
The village has a number of well known and well loved restaurants on the north shore. These include Happyland Asian Cuisine, Twenty74, The Cook's Garden, The Garden Tap, and Farina Pizzeria.
North Turramurra is home to two schools: Turramurra North Public School and Ku-Ring-Gai High School