Sunday 9 October 2016 saw the National Rock Garden officially welcome its latest specimen: the Moruya granite. This rock is most famous for its use in the columns of the Sydney Harbour Bridge but was also used for the columns of the Sydney GPO and the Cenotaph in Martin Place, as well as the base of the Captain Cook statue in Hyde Park. Kindly donated by the NSW Government, this granite is a fantastic new addition to the Garden.

Read more in this Canberra Times article.