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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 Cabramatta.
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Cabramatta is a residential and commercial suburb located 30 kilometres southwest of Sydney's central business district, in the local government area of the City of Fairfield. Home to a diverse multicultural population, Cabramatta has a notably significant Vietnamese community. The suburb features a bustling CBD in its centre. Cabramatta is found between Canley Heights and Canley Vale to the north and Warwick Farm and Liverpool to the south.
Prior to European settlement, the area that makes up Cabramatta today was heavily timbered. In the early 1800s, the Bull family purchased a property in the district and named it Cabramatta Park. A small village was developed nearby and named after the property. The suburb was largely an agricultural area up until the 1950s and '60s, when Cabramatta evolved into a residential suburb, with many post-war migrants settling in the area. In the 1980s, partly due to the Vietnam War, Cabramatta became a thriving Asian community.
Cabramatta's CBD is found in the suburb's centre, radiating around Cabramatta railway station, and is home to a plethora of Asian restaurants and specialty stores. The Pai Lau gateway forms the main ornamental feature of Freedom Plaza in Cabramatta's CBD and a number of Vietnamese Buddhist temples are found in the suburb. Cabramatta Creek runs through the suburb's southern extremity and Cabramatta Golf Club is found in the suburb's southwestern pocket.