Better streets and spaces

More native plants for people and pollinators in Pyrmont

Volunteers plant the finishing touches at Maybanke Park for local bees – and residents – to enjoy

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Local landcare volunteers have planted more than 100 flowering shrubs, grasses and creepers to attract native wildlife at our newly upgraded park in Pyrmont.

The plants are the final touch in the Maybanke Park upgrade that includes new seats, paved surfaces and a ramp to make the pocket park accessible for more people.

Locals – and visitors such as native bees – will also enjoy new trees including Australian native lemon scented myrtles and a New Zealand Christmas bush.

Find out more about creating habitats for urban wildlife or join a local bushcare group today.

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Published 14 September 2020