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Florist Peakhurst 2210

Send Flowers to Peakhurst today. From our local studio in Lugarno 2210.  

For the freshest flowers in Peakhurst, you can't go wrong with Dragonfly & Magnolia. 

We are a full service floral studio in Lugarno 2210. And being right next door to Peakhurst, We deliver fresh Australia grown flowers to all st George Areas including  Peakhurst flower delivery.  Dragonfly&Magnolia is your local Peakhurst Florist & will create a beautiful unique designs for your all your flower needs.  We promise you the freshest  bunch of flowers in Peakhurst - and we have a 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed Policy to back up our promise!

You can  order your  flower delivery to Peakhurst online or call Dianna on 0422754074 if you have any questions regarding times and days to Peakhurst . We have a great range of hampers gifts that are eco/sustainable friendly also if you are after something extra special to go with your flower delivery to 

We have built a great local customer base  as the best Peakhurst Florist and you can read our reviews online to see what our lovely Customers have said about Dragonfly & Magnolia. So if you need to send flowers or gift hamper to Peakhurst have a look at our beautiful cottage and native style flowers. We are looking forward to serving you with all your Peakhurst flower needs today!!.

 

Peakhurst fun facts.

 

Peakhurst was named after landholder John Robert Peake, who bought 10 acres of land near the junction of the present Forest Road and Henry Lawson Drive in 1838. He gave a block of land on which the Wesleyan Church was built in 1855.[2]

The area was originally part of an 1808 land grant to Captain John Townson.[2] John Robert Peake bought his land from William Hebblewhite in 1838. School Inspector Huffer suggested that Peake's name be used to name the suburb when the public school was founded in 1871. The post office opened in 1885.[2]

The first industry in the area was timber-cutting, due to the surrounding natural forests being thick with a variety of woods, especially turpentine. The timber was carted to Sydney by bullock teams. As the land was cleared, orchardists followed the timber-cutters.[2]

 Georges River Life Church, Church@thepeak Anglican Church, Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church, St Abraam and St Mikhail Al-Behairy Coptic Orthodox Church, Peakhurst Uniting Church, Spanish Evangelical Jerusalem Baptist Church, Samoan Assembly of God Church.

 

An audit of the environmental impact of the industrial area was commenced in September 2002.[11] Bushcare volunteers help preserve remnant pockets of native forestation. A very small number of fresh water watercourses exist in the suburb, mostly draining into Salt Pan Creek. A portion of the Peakhurst tree population was included in the 1990 National Trust Lugarno Tree Study.[12]

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