About Us


Empower people to fix Mother Nature’s complex issues with simple solutions


To be responsible for our own environmental impact on the earth 


To create nourishing urban environments for people, fauna and the earth


At Urban Revolution we believe that nourishing the soil, growing food, composting, replacing plastics and choosing better materials for everyday products are all things we can do individually to have a positive global impact and change our environmental legacy.

Urban Revolution started as a permaculture design business, helping people grow nutrient-dense food and nourish their patch of earth sustainably. Working with the wider community, it became obvious there was a need for products that lessen our impact on the environment.

So that’s how Urban Revolution became a one-stop shop for your sustainable needs. We’ve opened a bricks-and-mortar store in our vibrant Vic Park community, where you will find great products and a wealth of information about lighter living. We have an online store so that consumers everywhere are able to make better choices. 

Local economy is very important to us and we support many local manufacturers and artisans. Some of our WA products are soil inputs, laundry and personal products, cards, straws and cleaning cloths.  Vic Park products include hand-blended bulk tea, reclaimed material products such as bags, cleaning cloths and unpaper towels, shampoo bars and gardening products.  Beeswax wraps, lip balm and honey are from Vic Park hives.

We have a comprehensive range of heirloom and open-pollinated flower, herb and veggie seeds, biodegradable reusable crockery, containers and coffee cups, low impact laundry detergents, specialised food growing tools and composting products.

Jo and Daniele both live in Vic Park, have Permaculture Design Certificates, are members of the Vic Park Community Garden, grow food, compost and are learning every day just how the power of one makes a difference!

Have a browse online or come in and see us at the Eco & Garden Store.

~ Dan and Jo