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Mark the florist is located in the heart of inner city Darlinghurst and deliver fresh flowers 5 days a week to BRONTE. Mark the florist is a real florist with years of experience in making sure your flowers are fresh and perfect every time.
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Bronte is a small residential and recreational beachside suburb located in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs, seven kilometres east of Sydney's Central Business District. Renowned for its idyllic beach, relaxed village vibe and perennially sought-after real estate, Bronte is a favourite destination for many a Sydneysider and Bronte local alike on radiant summer weekends.
Originally known as Nelson Bay in the early 19th century, Bronte and its namesake beach derive their name from Bronte House - a heritage-listed gothic-revival estate built for settler Robert Lowe and completed in 1845. Lowe named his paradisiacal pied-à-terre in honour of Horatio Nelson, created Duke of Bronte by the King of Naples in 1799. Bronte House still stands today as a historic house and may be visited at 470 Bronte Road, Bronte - on the southern border of Bronte Gully.
Pocket-sized as far as Sydney suburbs go, but abundant in arresting features, there's something for everyone in Bronte. While swimmers, surfers and sunbathers flock to Bronte's trifecta of ocean swimming spots: Bronte Beach, Bronte Bogey-Hole and Bronte Baths; the less aquatically inclined may enjoy the spectacular ocean views from the coastal walkways north and south of Bronte Beach. The captivating cliff-side Waverley Cemetery is ready to be explored at Bronte's southern edge and some other intriguing sites are packed into this boutique-sized suburb including: Bronte Park; Bronte Road and Macpherson Street (for restaurant and cafe fare); Bronte Gully; Bronte Surf Life Saving Club; and more.
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