The program aims to introduce a high-quality soundscape and acoustic environment beneficial for the community's health and well-being. The idea is to create a providing diverse sound typology and the dwellers with a rich sounds environment. For example, industrial noise is one of the major issues on White Bay. As part of the site characteristic, the goal is not to exclude the working harbour sound from White Bay, but to adjust it into a suitable volume by landscape design. The purpose is to retain industrial characteristics and alleviate the influences. There is a missing linkage of vegetation communities and habitats in Glebe Island. Therefore, the priority is rehabilitating the extincted natural environment and restoring the green corridor in Glebe Island& White Bay to a high-quality acoustic environment. The ultimate goal is providing sound sensory experiences as part of a safe environment, society, and community and introducing opportunities to interact with the soundscape.