Also known as the the midgen berry.
I planted this along at the bottom of the eastern fence several years ago but it became overshadowed by a more vigorous westringia. Earlier this year the Westringia went and with the new access to light and space this little shrub has grown well. It is now quite leggy but I read it responds well to pruning and shaping. The flowers and berries are very pretty.
In 2017, I planted several on the nature strip. Tube stock from Kumbartcho Nursery. They cope well with the harsh conditions.
Gardening with Angus: http://www.gardeningwithangus.com.au/austromyrtus/