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Why not give your loved ones or friends that touch of friendliness and warmth by sending them a beautiful arrangement of flowers from our flowers in Banora Point, at Lily’s Florist Banora Point.
Our flower arrangements are hand-designed by our expert florists and are available to suit every occasion. For flowers in Banora Point, Lily’s Florist Banora Point is known for a superior customer service, gorgeous flower arrangements, and a guarantee of that personal approach to your order.
For anniversaries, birthdays, or just to say ‘hello,’ it’s always a pleasant surprise to receive that beautiful gift of a floral arrangement.
Lily’s Florist Banora Point understands the importance of providing that perfect gift with the main purpose of pleasing you, the customer.
Situated in the Northern Rivers area of New South Wales in the Tweed Shire is the prosperous suburb of Banora Point. With Terranora and Tweed Heads South, Banora Point has a shared population of about 28,000 residents. Banora Point itself has a population of close to 15,000 people.
The Tweed region was a large volcanic shield approximately 20 million years ago, stretching from Nerang to Byron Bay and further out to sea. As the lava from the extinct volcano was washed away by torrential rains, the mountains and valley became covered in dense, luxurious rainforests.
The Nganduwal Aboriginal tribes lived in the Banora Point and Tweed area for thousands of years as hunter-gatherers. Obviously, because food was constantly available and plentiful, the lifestyle of the tribal group was more settled than other tribal Aboriginals, who were nomadic.
When Captain James Cook anchored off the coast in 1770, he noted the majestic mountain which he named as Mt Warning. The local Aborigines called it ‘Wollumbin’ or ‘Rainmaker.’
John Oxley sailed from Sydney in the cutter ‘Mermaid’ in 1823, searching for a secondary punishment settlement for convicts. He discovered a river which he called the ‘Tweed,’ after a river on the English-Scottish border.
In search of escapees from the Moreton Bay Penal Settlement, Captain Rous travelled up the Tweed River and recaptured nine of the escaped convicts. A military outpost was established later on Point Danger to house runaway convicts. However, within a year, because of the conflicts with the local Aborigines, the outpost was abandoned and the soldiers withdrew.
European cedar-getters arrived in 1844 in search of timber for building houses in Sydney. Their first camp was set up on the area of the current Dry Dock Road in South Tweed Heads. The fallen logs were transported south on Schooners. However, because the river bar was continually silting up, many of the schooners were running aground and being wrecked.
Within no time, boat-builders began arriving to build schooners, clinker-built boats and river boats, so that settlers could traverse the country before any roads and bridges were built. This occurred in the 1930s.
From 1866 to 1914, settlers began growing crops including arrowroot, corn, and opium. Finally, by the late 1870s, they settled on sugar cane as their staple crop because of the suitable soil.
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