A positive practical and scalable educational initiative

The placing of B&B’s in clusters in nearby locations enables students and other participants to support regenerative corridors.

Plantings and habitats help pollinator species, many of which are threatened. Each Bed and Breakfast includes a selection of native endemic pollinating plants and a pollinator habitat. This habitat could be:

The combination of plants and protection provides birds, bees, butterflies and other pollinators with much needed rest and revival - important for sustaining our ecosystems and food production.

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The B&B Highway has been developed with support from various State and Commonwealth grants including the Sustainable Schools Grants, The NSW Government My Community Project Grant & Community Building Partnerships and various local council grants. Recently, corporate partnerships with Western Sydney Airport, Kingspan International and A W Edwards have also helped expand the highway. 

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Read more about our projects and other interesting facts about the B&B Highway in our articles.