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Marshalls Creek Nature Reserve, NSW

© Christina Jablonski
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Marshalls Creek Nature Reserve, NSW

Marshalls Creek Reserve is located in the close proximity of the village of Main Arms and Byron Bay on the north coast of New South Wales. The area is named after Bob Marshall who came there in the 1860s for the red cedar trees. The waterways were used to transport the logs into Brunswick River and further onto the ship.

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