Do you need a beautiful, fresh floral arrangement delivered to Parramatta today? A Lazy Daisy Florist is Parramatta's leading award-winning florist of choice. Place your order before 11am for same day delivery to Parramatta.
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 Parramatta.
We take extra care to ensure that your flower order is perfectly presented, packed and delivered to Parramatta on time with same day delivery available and in most cases next day delivery Australia Wide.
A Lazy Daisy Florist caters to all occasions including: Weddings, Mother's Day, Birthdays, Get Well, New Baby, Anniversaries, Sympathy, Funerals and more. Lazy Daisy flowers and other items are delivered same day to Parramatta when ordered by 11am.
We offer beautiful seasonal flower arrangements, colour-hued bouquets, beautiful houseplants and more. Looking to have some gorgeous flowers delivered to Parramatta? Order online, call us on 02 9772 4777 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss what you have in mind.
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Parramatta is a major commercial centre and suburb located 24 kilometres west of Sydney's central business district, in the Greater Western Sydney region. Aptly sitting on the Parramatta River, Parramatta is Sydney's third largest central business district after Sydney CBD and North Sydney. The suburb is the administrative seat of the local government area of the City of Parramatta and is found between Oatlands to the north and Merrylands to the south.
The Darug people were the original inhabitants of the area that makes up Parramatta today. A British settlement was established at Parramatta in 1788, 10 months after Sydney, and the suburb stands as the oldest inland European settlement in Australia. The settlement's initial purpose was to farm and grow food. In recent decades, Parramatta's CBD has grown in size and stature and is now Sydney's third largest.
Parramatta's bustling CBD is largely based on the southern bank of the Parramatta River. Old Government House is found adjacent to the CBD's western edge, opposite CommBank Stadium. Westfield Parramatta is found in the CBD's south, next to Parramatta train station. The riverfront Powerhouse Parramatta museum is expected to open in 2024.