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About Us

Lily’s Florist Cluden are a team of florists, deeply engaged and passionate about their work. That’s why when you order from us, you can expect to be a couple of steps ahead of the game in setting new trends. 

We can fashion a stunning bouquet that will give you the tools to achieve your goal of making someone smiling and happy. We combine skill with total efficiency by always being on the lookout for newer and better arrangements. That’s how we approach each task, with passion and an idea of what the final product should be. We find a solution, no matter the degree of difficulty. 

Our gorgeous bouquets are born through teamwork. Yes, we even treat you, our customer, as a virtual partner. We talk, we listen, and we answer to your needs. Transparency of our actions, we believe, will allow for building trust. 

This, in turn, is why Lily’s Florist’s sales have gone up by 40%! And by giving you 100%, we give thanks to a full commitment we’re able to inspire.

You can have Lily’s Florist Cluden send a stunning posy to celebrate any special or even any ordinary event that is on your calendar. Maybe your gift is a beautiful arrangement of brightly coloured flowers with chocolates, champagne, wines … you name it! We have a display of an enormous choice of gifts, perfect for any event. If you hadn't realised we also have the largest selection of Birthday Flowers of any Townsville florist.

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Discover Cluden

Approximately six kilometres south of the city of Townsville is the suburb of Cluden, alongside Idalia and Oonoonba suburbs. Positioned on the south side of the Ross River, Rooney’s Railway Bridge crosses over where the site of Townsville’s rail workshops were established. During the 2011 Census, Cluden had a population of just over 500 inhabitants.

After gold was discovered, the Great Northern railway was planned to link Townsville with the important goldfields at Charters Towers by the 1870s. By this time, Cluden Park had been recognised on the southern side of the Ross River. This site was only a few minutes’ walk from the Cluden railway station. 

In 1866, the first sporting organisation was formed, called the Burdekin and Flinders Turf Club. Sir George Ferguson Bowen, the Governor of Queensland, was the inaugural patron. Because of Australia’s pioneering culture where a good horse was of great value, it followed that one of the more popular forms of sport and recreation was horse racing. In 1874, as Townsville continued to prosper, the name of the organisation was changed to the Townsville Turf Club. 

Subsequent to the 1896 Cyclone Sigma which swept through Townsville causing massive damage, the rail lines at the Cluden Railway station were nearly two metres under water, the grandstand had collapsed, and the training sheds and stables had been swept away. A new grandstand was quickly built and ready for use in time for the Annual Race Meeting of the Townsville Turf Club on 14 July. The grandstand, previous totalisator structure and main entry gates at Cluden Racecourse were registered on the Queensland Heritage Register in 1992.