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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


With your help we can do so much more to protect macadamias from extinction in the wild. So get involved!

Please support wild macadamias by making a
, undertaking plantings or surveys, and/or protecting macadamia habitat on your land.

A donation to the Macadamia Conservation Trust is tax-deductible and supports conservation of our native nut on private and public land, through activities such as:

  • Identifying and clearing weeds that threaten the survival of macadamia trees
  • Supporting landholders to conserve macadamia trees on their property
  • Rehabilitating sites where macadamia trees are found
  • Supporting research of macadamia genetics 

Our work is guided by actions identified in the Macadamia Recovery Plan.

Donations add to the support we seek from a wide range of sources, including government and industry, to enable a whole-of-community approach to wild macadamia conservation. 

Current Supporters

The Still Wild about Macadamias project is funded by Hort Innovation, using the Hort Innovation macadamia research and development levy, co-investment from the Macadamia Conservation Trust, Australian Macadamia Society and Healthy Land & Water and contributions from the Australian Government. Hort Innovation is the grower-owned, not-for-profit research and development corporation for Australian horticulture.

We would like to acknowledge the support provided by Redland City and Scenic Rim Regional Councils through their environmental grants programs.

The Australian macadamia industry also assists with funding, through annual contributions from processing companies and growers, and by including conservation in the constitution of the industry's representative body, the Australian Macadamia Society. 

If you are interested in sponsorship or other partnerships with the Macadamia Conservation Trust please contact Denise Bond on 0488 432 226 or email wild@macadamias.org