Cherry Tree State Forest is Core Koala Habitat
There is no doubt that Koalas are widespread in compartments 3 and 4 of Cherry Tree
State Forest, and have been for at least the past 23 years, and it appears they are
using most suitable feed trees. The forest in the logging area is dominated by Koala
use tree species, and thus is highly suitable Koala habitat.
Read the full NEFA Report into the Koalas at Cherry Tree State Forest.
These fresh little koala scats (poos) are proof there are koalas currently using the forest. (Photo Dailan Pugh)
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