Bronte Florist & Specialty Coffee

Wilston

Bronte Florist & Specialty Coffee combines a passion for stunning flowers and indoor plants with boutique coffee and pastries in an historic Wilston corner store.

Bronte Florist Specialty Coffee

Outside seating comes shaded by umbrellas tucked behind a white picket fence while inside this cute corner store are green velvet lounges surrounded by terrrariums, calming crystals and hanging baskets.

Bronte Florist Specialty Coffee

Bronte Florist & Specialty Coffee serve locally roasted Almanac coffee, Grounded Pleasures hot chocolates (which come in six different flavours), Liberty Kombucha, Botanica Juices and 7 spice chai tea.

Bronte Florist Specialty Coffee

Visitors are welcome to browse the stunning indoor plant collection, or purchase a divine bouquet of flowers.

Nice to know - For added inspiration, be sure to look out for Bronte's unique evening and weekend floral art workshops.

Need to know - Parking is available in Antill St.

By Lucy Hordern

Bronte Florist & Specialty Coffee

1 Antill St

Wilston

Opening hours

3352 5933

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