Londonderry Flowers

Our talented floral designers can create the perfect gift for your loved on in Londonderry, whether it’s their Birthday or Anniversary. Flowers are truly the perfect gift regardless of the occasion, nothing says I love you like one dozen red roses or “welcome to a new baby” like a beautiful bunch of flowers.

WILD MANDI
WILD MANDI
from $95.00
Wild Honey
Wild Honey
from $135.00
WILD NAOMI
WILD NAOMI
from $100.00
Wild Savannah
Wild Savannah
from $80.00
Wild Angel
Wild Angel
from $125.00
WILD CHERRY
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Stock
WILD CHERRY
from $100.00
Wild Love
Wild Love
from $110.00
WILD LAUREN
WILD LAUREN
from $85.00
Wild Alana
Wild Alana
from $110.00
Wild cotton
Wild cotton
from $25.00
Wild Sammi
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Wild Sammi
from $175.00
WILD MARGO BOUQUET
WILD MARGO BOUQUET
from $70.00
wild bella
wild bella
from $110.00
Wild Janelle
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Wild Janelle
from $550.00
wild nicola
wild nicola
from $140.00
wild tayla
wild tayla
from $100.00
wild lily
wild lily
from $150.00
wild madonna
wild madonna
from $100.00

Flowers Londonderry

At Wildbunch Florist our motto is “Creativity flows and shows through the florals in our hands”. The team of floral designers are experienced in creating unique, impactful arrangements and we offer a wide variety of fresh flowers, dry and silk arrangements.

Wildbunch florist also has a wide range of balloons, teddies and candles to include in your order.

Our service is always professional and fast in assisting with your floral needs to Londonderry.

About Londonderry

Londonderry is a suburb of Greater Western Sydney, New South Wales state, Australia. It is 60 kilometers north-west of the central business district of Sydney, in the City of Penrith's local government area.

Londonderry is a small town, where part of it is the crown property. Due to its distance to Richmond and from Penrith, the suburb has also had closer links to Richmond than to Penrith.

History of Londonderry

Londonderry derives his name from a 12-hectare (30-acre) grant to Thomas Kendall in 1831.

Thomas Kendall named his 30 acre concession Londonderry in 1831. The Kendall family were early pioneers of the Castlereagh area and it was the same Thomas Kendall who served in the construction of the bridge across the Blue Mountains in 1814.

If this was the case, in 1828 he was still working as a conditionally pardoned labourer for Harriet Purcell at Castlereagh. This Thomas Kendall was granted a license to depast livestock in 1829, and soon after he received a land grant.

Tourist attraction in Londonderry

The collections Fossil and Petrology are two heritage-listed specimens of fossils and petrology found at 947-953 Londonderry Street, Londonderry, Penrith City, New South Wales , Australia. 

NSW Department of Primary Industries, a department of the New South Wales government, owns the collections. This was listed on 2 April 1999, to the New South Wales State Heritage Register.

Schools in Londonderry

Londonderry has several schools within community.This includes:

  • Londonderry School District
  • Londonderry School
  • Londonderry Public School
  • North Londonderry School

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