Are you looking for a stunning floral gift to ZETLAND? Mark the Florist is a boutique florist with over 29 years floral experience. We offer same day flower delivery to ZETLAND order online or call our friendly team on (02) 9368 1367.
Mark the florist is located in the heart of inner city Darlinghurst and deliver fresh flowers 5 days a week to ZETLAND. Mark the florist is a real florist with years of experience in making sure your flowers are fresh and perfect every time.
Whether you need to send flowers to tell the love of your life you adore them endlessly. Or send flowers to your best friend to say thanks for your friendship we can make sure your flowers to ZETLAND arrive fresh and as ordered.
Order online Monday to Friday before 2pm and Mark will make sure your flowers to ZETLAND arrive that same day!
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Zetland is a mixed-use inner-city suburb located four kilometres south of Sydney's Central Business District. Traditionally a largely industrial suburb, recent gentrification has seen Zetland grow in popularity as a place to live, with the relatively new Green Square and Victoria Park districts combining modern retail, business and residential offerings together.
Zetland was named after Thomas Dundas, 2nd Earl of Zetland, who was a friend of New South Wales Governor Sir Hercules Robinson. Zetland is an older spelling of Shetland. The suburb originally featured a swamp and a lagoon, which were drained in the early 20th century to make space for the Victoria Park racecourse. A vast aquifer runs below Zetland, which attracted wool washing and tanning industries to the area in the 1800s. While Victoria Park racecourse closed after WWII, the Woolwash Park Pond in Victoria Park reminds residents today of the suburb's swampy heritage.
The Green Square district is located in Zetland's western portion, while the Victoria Park community sits on the suburb's eastern border. A shopping centre and a Virgin Active gym are located in Victoria Park. Zetland's southern half is still largely industrial and commercial land. The M1, which connects central and eastern Sydney to Sydney airport and beyond, lies parallel with Zetland's eastern border.
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