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Mark the florist is located in the heart of inner city Darlinghurst and deliver fresh flowers 5 days a week to WOOLLOOMOOLOO. Mark the florist is a real florist with years of experience in making sure your flowers are fresh and perfect every time.
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Woolloomooloo is a small inner-city harbourside suburb located in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs, 1.5 kilometres east of Sydney's Central Business District. Its famous Finger Wharf and vibrant waterside restaurants make it a popular lunch and dinner spot for Sydney's well to do.
Woolloomooloo takes its name from the first homestead to be established in the area - Woolloomooloo House. The word itself is thought to be derived from the Aboriginal word Wallamullah, meaning place of plenty, or Wallabahmullah, meaning a young black kangaroo. Originally a working-class suburb with commercial docklands; the redevelopment of its iconic Finger Wharf into luxury apartments and fine dining establishments, saw the Woolloomooloo area gentrified into a more cosmopolitan recreational locale. With that said, some of the more colourful aspects of Woolloomooloo's history still live on in the streets further back from the waterfront.
The beautifully restored and redeveloped Finger Wharf is a must-see. Fun fact: this structure is the longest timbered-piled wharf in the world! Members of the public can access its intricate interior gallery, which acts as an internal thoroughfare for the Ovolo Hotel, luxury apartments and waterside restaurants, which are now housed in the 410m long wharf. Woolloomooloo is also a great starting point for a leisurely stroll though the Royal Botanic Gardens, which neighbour Woolloomooloo's northwestern border. And if the sun's out, Andrew "Boy" Charlton Pool is suspended over the western side of Woolloomooloo Bay, affording its swimmers a unique vista over the Finger Wharf and Sydney Harbour.
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