The intersection of Ebley and Lawson Streets is a particularly busy area with a constant stream of people walking and driving past day and night.  There is huge potential to create a beautiful streetscape that is also beneficial in many ways including improving air quality, restoring indigenous native vegetation, providing bird habitat, food and materials, increasing biodiversity and providing sustenance for local insects including local bees who are important pollinators and work to produce many of the local honeys.

By creating a beneficial native garden, the Sweet Nature project is designed to be an inspiring, creative and educational space that will engage local community and visitors to Bondi Junction. 

Sweet Nature is a project designed to contribute to and help nurture a healthy, creative, social, liveable and environmentally sustainable city. 

In 2016 Superlocalstudio became part of the Habitat Stepping Stones program, which aims to provide a beneficial native garden to local birds, bees and butterflies. This project contributes a valuable natural stepping stone between existing wildlife corridors, as well as providing ecological and health benefits, and visually enhances the urban landscape.

Become part of the program HERE. Sweet Nature is supported by Waverley Council's Creative Streets.