Melbourne Fresh flowers understands that when you order flowers online you want flowers that look fantastic, are long lasting and are delivered when and where you want. All Melbourne Fresh flowers floral orders are hand arranged by our local florists and delivered straight to the recipients home, office, hospital or venue. Our florists will deliver your flowers with care. You can be assured that your order will be of the best quality using the freshest, seasonal flowers
Melbourne Fresh flowers Delivery Times and Information
Same Day Flower Delivery
We are excited to announce that we are now using Airet Delivery Service (www.airet.com.au) for flower delivery in Melbourne so that you flowers will be delivered within 3-4 hours from pick up times. Also you will get tracking for your order on delivery day ( we will send your separate email on delivery day) so that you can see Driver LIVE on the maps.
Airet also offer "Rush" delivery but its expensive (X 3 times) and get deliver within 1-2 hours straight to destination. Email us to know more.
Orders Monday - Friday:
Delivery between 1 PM to 5 PM. The order will be delivered to this suburb on same day if order made before 1 PM on Monday to Friday.
Deliveries are made between 1:00am - 5:00pm when an order is pre-approved via email. If your delivery is not pre-approved, it will be delivered the following Monday.
Our Std. Delivery Time is between 1 PM to 5 PM on weekdays. These cut off times do not apply to busy floral events including (but not limited to) Mother's Day, Valentine's Day and Christmas. Please check the website for the order cut off times for these days.
While Melbourne Fresh flowers offers customers the opportunity to nominate a preferred time of delivery (i.e. AM, PM or ASAP) it is not possible to guarantee that these times will be achieved. Consequently, there are often local reasons why an order cannot be delivered within your preferred time frame (for example, courier delivery times).
If the flowers are for a timed event (for example, a funeral or business location), the florists will do their best to assist. However, Melbourne Fresh flowers strongly recommend that you provide us with an alternative address so the flowers can be delivered elsewhere if too late for the timed event.
Once you receive your tracking details you can call driver to find out location or delivery time.
A local delivery fee is added to each order, for each address. Delivery of orders to rural route addresses, secured buildings or cemeteries cannot be guaranteed. We do not deliver to PO BOX or LOCKED BAG addresses.
Melbourne Fresh flowers is an online florist in Melbourne who we their best to ensure your flowers are delivered on time to the right location.
We do not guarantee delivery to the following places:
• Intensive Care Units
• Army, Air force and Naval Bases
• Secure Buildings
• We apologies for any inconvenience but delivery to these areas and facilities are very difficult.
In some circumstances, for example, when delivering to some business addresses, hospitals or universities, we may not be able to deliver the flowers directly to the intended recipient. Please note that these circumstances are outside our control. In this case, we will deliver to the reception area or post room and (where possible) obtain a signature from the receptionist (or equivalent). This signature will be our record of delivery.
To ensure the highest likelihood of delivery success, please ensure that you provide as much information regarding the location of the recipient as possible within the delivery instructions, including department name, floor number, etc.
Hospital-specific delivery issues
Please ensure patient hasn't been discharged early (You can ask Hospital reception). If the patient has been discharged we would be happy to arrange re-delivery to Patients residential address, but we will need to pass on the extra courier charges.
In the event that the patient is in intensive care, the Hospital will most likely be unable to acknowledge Flowers. You can ask hospital reception and confirm if they accept the flowers. If they don’t accept the flowers it might be best to hold up to send flowers once the patient is moved out of intensive care.