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Lily's Florist Hermit Park - Towsville. Order online or call us now.


We are a platform of delivery florists.

Would you believe there is a wonderful experience in accepting a bunch of flowers?

Lily’s Florist Hermit Park is where real-life flowers and flower arrangements are shaped.

Lily’s Florist Hermit Park is where you will discover professional florists with expressions and experiences made to order for you. We create a special identity in each bouquet, and as always it’s done with a relentless pursuit of discovery. We will work closely with our customers as we know collaboration is a must, egos are not on, and we create the arrangement, not just talk about it.

We have to tell you here and now, our magnificent customer service and loyalty that we just so happen to have heaps of, does not come out of nowhere.

Quite apart from that customer service “wow” factor in our product range and pricing, another pillar of Lily’s Florist is the desire to give back to those in need. Our widespread association with the McGrath Foundation is out there in the lead of customer gratitude and satisfaction.
Another reason could be at Lily’s Florist Hermit Park, we hand-select the season’s best blooms, fresh from local growers and interstate markets to make sure an extended vase life. We, at Lily’s Florist draw inspiration from interior and fashion design, frequently travelling to the major flower markets of the world for the latest trends.

Discover Hermit Park

A residential suburb of Townsville, Hermit Park, is two kilometres south-west of the CBD and situated between Ross Creek and the Charters Towers Road.

Because the area was considered to be remote from the main regions of movement when it was subdivided in the 1880s from Ross Island, now called South Townsville, and central Townsville, its apparent inaccessibility led it to being called Hermit Park.
Queens Road was the access to Ross Island, made more accessible when a stone causeway was constructed across the Ross Creek swamp.

The Causeway and Hermit Park Hotels were opened by 1886, and in 1902, Queens Road saw the construction of St Matthew’s Anglican church. When Hermit Park was transferred from the Thuringowa Shire to the Townsville City shire in 1918, up to 432 houses made up the steady urban development.

In 1924, the Catholic St Joseph school opened along Norris Street as development continued through the 1920s. In 1924, the State primary school at Hermit Park opened in Hyde Park at Charters Towers Road. (In 1936, St Joseph's school was relocated to Mundingburra.) In 1949, the post office directory chronicled the Rising Sun and Regent Cinemas in Charters Towers Road. Hermit Park was totally built up, while Rosslea to the south was experiencing subdivision.  The solitary regions that remained were the wetlands, later improved for sports fields north of the old causeway and for the Bicentennial Park to the south.

In the 1970s, Hermit Park was categorised as a low socio-economic region. By the 2001 census, the resident income was around equivalent to the average person for greater Townsville and higher than most of the western suburbs. In the early 2000s, the shopping centre along Charters Towers Road was refurbished.