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A Lazy Daisy Florist is an award-winning Interflora florist based in Prestons, Sydney. We deliver stunningly beautiful and high quality bouquets, themed arrangements, plants, hampers and gifts to Bossley Park.
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Bossley Park is a residential suburb located 36 kilometres west of Sydney's central business district, in the Greater Western Sydney region. The suburb is found adjacent to Sydney's semi-rural suburban ring and is part of the local government area of the City of Fairfield. Bossley Park is located between Wetherill Park to the north and Greenfield Park to the south.
Following the European settlement of Australia, the first significant landowner in the area was John Brown Bossley, after whom the suburb is named. Bossley named his property Edensor, after a village in England. When the area north of the suburb of Edensor was subdivided in 1890, it was subsequently gazetted as Bossley Park. The suburb was largely a rural one up until the 1970s, when it developed into a residential district with a significant post-war migrant population.
Largely a residential area, Bossley Park's most notable public feature is Club Marconi, a football stadium found in the centre of the suburb. Expansive open green space is found in the adjacent semi-rural suburbs to the west, as well as the Sydney International Equestrian Centre.