The Nambucca State Forest, stands as an outpost of unburnt coastal bush land in a landscape charred by the black summer that was. It started with a blaze on the Mid North Coast last October, and quickly it saw 420, 000 hectares of bush land ravaged.
In the middle of the valley that was engulfed in flames, a section of native forest was spared, housing one of the state’s key koala population. It has remained largely unscathed but now it faces a new threat. Logging.