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Florist with Flowers is a real family owned local florist delivering flowers to Thornleigh 6 days a week! We guarantee same day delivery if you order to Thornleigh before 12:00 pm Monday to Friday and 10:00 AM Saturdays.
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We are a community-minded business and treat our customers with the utmost care and consideration.
We took over the Florist with Flowers business delivery Thornleigh flowers on 2011 and have been looking after our happy satisfied customers ever since.
We offer a personal in-store service by our qualified floristry staff, or you can call us on the phone (02) 9871 1666. Our website is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week where you order flowers for Thornleigh.
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Thornleigh is a suburb on Sydney's Upper North Shore and Northern Districts, in New South Wales, Australia.
Thornleigh is situated in the local government region of Hornsby Shire, 22 kilometers northwest of the central business district of Sydney.
The Lane Cove River source is at Thornleigh.
Originally, Thornleigh was part of the land inhabited by the Kuringai people.
In 1788, Governor Arthur Phillip was the first Non-Indian people to explore the Thornleigh area. In the 1830s, the town was relocated by settlers, including James Milzon, John Thorn, Patrick Duffy and Samuel Horne.
Thornleigh is named after Constable John Thorn, who on June 22, 1830 arrested bushrangers Dalton and North Rocks and their gang leader John MacNamara.
The land of Horne became Hornsby (now Normanhurst), and the land of Thorn became Thornleigh.
In July 2012, Thornleigh Golf Center launched a new golf benchmark in Australia with the finest golf courses provided by several of Australia's biggest professional golfers.
It has 52 Bays including automatic tee-ups, 36 Mini Golf holes and an on-site cafe. It is open to the public everyday of the year except on Christmas Day.
Thornleigh has several schools within the community. This includes the: