Newstead Flowers

James Street Flowers is a boutique Florist which delivers fresh lovely blooms to Newstead 7 days a week.  Founded by the talented Martin Gay, trust James Street Flowers Florist to deliver your floral arrangement to Newstead Brisbane.

Newstead Florist

When you are looking for a floral gift for a loved one or work colleague the friendly staff at James Street Flowers can design something amazing!  Our couriers will pick up and deliver your floral arrangement to Newstead 7 days a week.

Flowers Delivered Newstead

We are a bit left of field when it comes to designing the most amazing floral gifts delivered to Newstead.  We always stock fresh seasonal blooms that we can custom create something spectacular to impress or choose one of our existing arrangements for the serious wow factor!

Newstead Gifts Delivered

James Street Flowers stocks a wide variety of floral gifts for all occasions whether you need to send Thank You Flowers or Anniversary Flowers we’ve got you covered.  We also stock a beautiful range of hampers for any occasion and a range of plants and other non-floral gifts!

About Newstead

Newstead is a suburb on the inner northern riverside, in Brisbane City, Queensland, Australia. Newstead had a population of 2,193 according to the 2016 census.

Newstead is located 3.3 km (2.1 mi ) northeast of the central business district of Brisbane.

The suburb is bounded to the north by Breakfast Stream, to the east by Brisbane Water.

History of Newstead

Founded and established in 1846 by visionary grazier Patrick Leslie, the suburb was named after the Newstead Abbey in Nottinghamshire, England.

The present role of the suburb as an upmarket suburban neighborhood belies its manufacturing history.

The eastern side of the area was once occupied by lumber yards, asbestos operations, wharves, and woolstores

Tourist attraction in Newstead

The Jewel in the Crown of South East Queensland’s Historic Homes. This famous landmark was built in 1846 and was inhabited by some of the most prominent colonial personalities in Brisbane, including Patrick Leslie, Captain John Clements Wickham and George Harris.

Newstead Building, the oldest remaining home in Brisbane, is the gem in the crown of historic property in South East Queensland.

Schools in Newstead

Newstead is not close to any schools.

New Farm State School in New Farm and Ascot State School in Ascot are the closest state schools.

Fortitude Valley State Secondary College in Fortitude Valley is the closest secondary school.

Kelvin Grove State College in Kelvin Grove and Kedron State High School in Kedron both provide several years of secondary schooling.