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    Macadamia nuts

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    Macadamia rainforest habitat

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    Macadamia ternifolia leaf and flowers

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    Planting the endangered Macadamia jansenii

Wild about Macadamias 

Macadamias are an Australian icon, they are part of our heritage and a food that has long been treasured and traded by Australia’s traditional owners and which is now enjoyed by people all over the world. 

It is estimated that over 80% of wild macadamia trees have been lost since European settlement and that many of the populations remaining today are at risk of extinction. The most vulnerable are small, isolated populations in patches of rainforest.

The Macadamia Conservation Trust was formed in 2007 under the Australian Macadamia Society (peak body) and its main goal is to conserve our wild Macadamia trees and their habitats for the benefit of future generations.

If are interested in making a contribution to the Macadamia Conservation Trust, please contact Liz Gould on 0400 748 157 or email wild@macadamias.org