Welcome To Lily’s Florist, Greenacre. Call us now on 02 8090 0569 Are you wanting to send flowers to Greenacre, or surrounding suburbs? If so, let Lily’s Florist take care of everything for you. We gladly offer same day flower delivery for orders going to Greenacre so long as the flower order is received before 2.30pm. We deliver to the following areas: Greenacre, Belfield, Bankstown, Punchbowl, Lakemba, Roselands, Wiley Park, Belfield. You can order quickly and safely online, call us up to place your order on 02 8090 0569. Your call will be answered by one of our friendly florists who will gladly assist you with any advice you may need in order to arrange the most suitable flowers for your budget and occasion. When you order with Lily’s Florist, you can be confident that your flowers will be lovingly arranged by Greenacre‘s finest local florist. Our florist, located in Greenacre, NSW, 2190, brings a wealth of experience and knowledge, along with a list of hundreds of happy customers. She has a wonderful ability to understand exactly what the customer needs, and has extensive experience in a diverse range of styles – ensuring total customer satisfaction. We look forward to servicing your flower order today in a timely and professional manner. The team at Lily’s Florist. All about Greenacre In the state of New South Wales, located 17 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district, is the suburb of Greenacre. It forms part of the South-western Sydney region and is governed by the City of Bankstown and the Municipality of Strathfield. Numerous popular sporting facilities can be found here, including three soccer clubs, a bowls club and RSL, as well as swimming pools and the local Rugby League club. It is the official home of the “Tigers”. Greenacre, Sydney Greenacre Sydney is one of the densely packed suburbs with over 23,200 people. This suburb is located about 17 km from the Central Business District of Sydney. This suburb belongs to the local government area of the City of Bankstown. The postcode of this suburb is 2190. Greenacre Sydney is established in 1899. Greenacre is surrounded by Chullora, Strathfield, South Strathfield, Belfield, Belmore, Lakemba, Punchbowl, Mount Lewis, Bankstown and Yagoona. Greenacre can be virtually split into two parts, the north and the south. Most of the commercial growth of the suburb is seen on the southern part of the suburb. Number of retail shops are in this region. Waterloo Road along the intersection of Boronia Road and Juno Parade is another commercial zone. In the northern half of the suburb is the Chullora Market Place. One of the disadvantages of this suburb is that there is no railway station of its own. For a suburb with over 23,000 people, one would expect railway station of its own. The major public transportation option of this suburb is the bus service. Greenacre Sydney has number of public schools Chullora Public School, Greenacre Public School, Banksia Road Primary School and Banksia Road Primary School. There are also other private schools in this suburb such as Baptist Christian Community School, Holy Saviour Catholic School, St. John Vianneys Primary School, An-Nahyan Islamic School, Al Noori Muslim Primary School and Sydney Full Gospel Church School besides others. This suburb has number of parks such as Roberts Park, Allum Park, Bromley Reserve, Lee Park, Greenacre Heights Reserve and Parry Park. This suburb is also known for its excellent sporting facilities. You will find rugby league, bowls club, RSL club, soccer club and more. The media age or the average age of the suburb is 32 and the average weekly income per household is only $959, which is very low when compared to the national average, which is $1234. Around 52% of the population comes under the married category. Around 31% of the population that is over the age of 15 are never married. The ancestries of the suburb include Lebanese, Australian, English, Italian and Greek. This suburb has mixed population and the country of birth includes Australia, Lebanon, Vietnam, Korea, Italy and China. Major religious groups of the suburb includes Islam, Catholicism, Eastern Orthodox and Anglican. Around 56% of people had full time jobs. This suburb has high unemployment rate and it is 8.8% of the overall population. Given the suburbs proximity to the Central Business District of Sydney, it is one of the popular suburbs because people that are working in the Central Business District find the suburb very ideal to raise their family. This suburb offers very good accommodation options. The most common accommodation options or swelling types of the suburb include separate houses, semi detached houses and flats. Greenacre is a self-contained suburb with its own shopping areas and commercial zones. You will find everything you need within this suburb making it one of the most comfortable suburbs in Sydney.