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"On the world scene it's one of the most outstanding discoveries of the century."
Dr Barbara Briggs, Royal Botanical Gardens Sydney

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Hundreds of stories have appeared across newspapers, magazines, books, radio and television nationally and internationally since the remarkable discovery of the Wollemi Pine in 1994.
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The Wollemi Watch was a quarterly online newsletter for Wollemi Pine enthusiasts the world over. The name "Wollemi Watch" reflects the aboriginal meaning of the word Wollemi which translates to "watch out, look around you" and is also descriptive of the rugged wilderness of the Wollemi National Park where the Wollemi Pine was discovered.

Important Wollemi Planting in Paris
The Wollemi was centre stage recently at the Musée du quai Branly, one of the highest profile and most prestigious museums in France. The Australian Ambassador in France, Ms Penny Wensley, and the President of the Board of Directors of Museum, M. Stéphane Martin acknowledged the significance of this tree in horticultural history before the Wollemi was planted in the Museum's garden.
Ms Penny Wensley and M. Stéphane Martin with the Wollemi
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