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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 Wetherill Park.
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Wetherill Park is an industrial and residential suburb located 34 kilometres west of Sydney's central business district, in the Greater Western Sydney Region. The suburb sits on the southern border of the expansive Prospect Reservoir. While Wetherill Park is largely an industrial suburb, it features a residential district in its southeast. Wetherill Park is situated between Prospect to the north and Prairiewood to the south.
The Cabrogal clan of the Gandangara tribe were the original inhabitants of the area that makes up Wetherill Park today. The first school opened in the suburb in 1882. A large portion of the streets in Wetherill Park are named after famous writers, the most notable examples being Shakespeare Street, Vidal Street (after Gore Vidal), Homer Place (after Homer), Dickens Road (after Charles Dickens), Chaucer Street (after Geoffrey Chaucer) and Frost Close (after Robert Frost).
The large Stockland Wetherill Park Shopping Centre is found in the suburb's south. A smaller shopping centre, Market Town, is found in the centre of Wetherill Park's southeastern residential district, adjacent to Emerson Park. The expansive Walder Park is situated in the suburb's north, and overlooks Prospect Reservoir.