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The area of Tucki Tucki is known for its Nature Reserve that was created in 1958 to preserve the local koala population and its habitat. The residents of the Tucki district formed a committee and four hectares of land adjacent to the Tucki Public School were planted with a variety of trees to provide food and shelter for the district's diminishing koala population. In 1967 the land came under the control of the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service and was named the Tucki Tucki Nature Reserve. The reserve can be accessed via Wyrallah Road and is a 15 minute drive from Lismore.
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