Unfortunately, it has been too successful in some municipalities, and has been tagged "invasive" by the local council and placed on their list of noxious plants.
As it can grow to 15m in height - if that is not your vision then it is best removed from your garden early.
Flowering in spring, its sweet smelling flowers fill the evening air.
PlantNet shows 14 Pittosporum species in NSW - three of which are introduced, and the Sweet Pittosporum may be a fourth depending on where you live.
The distinctive fruit matures and opens into a scarlet sticky seeds.