• Forest Management
    Forest Management

    Learn about our operations and how we sustainably manage our forests on behalf of our investors, our stakeholders and the broader community.

  • About HVP
    About HVP

    Find out more about our people, products and landholdings.

  • Environment<br> & Conservation
    & Conservation

    HVP manage more than 50,000ha of land for conservation purposes. These areas contain significant plant and animal species.

  • Community<br> & Recreation Access
    & Recreation Access

    HVP and our staff are involved in many communities in which we operate. We manage access through the recreational permit program.

HVP Announcements

Find out what is happening across our business.

  • May 4, 2016
    Position - Harvesting Forester Shelley

    A position for a Harvesting Forester based in HVP's Shelley Plantation is available. See the position description below.
    Applications close 20th May 2016.

    Further Details - Click Here

  • May 3, 2016
    Macronutrient fertilising, Bright, Ovens and Porepunkah.

    HVP Plantations wish to advise that the aerial fertiliser program in the plantations near Myrtleford, Porepunkah and Bright has been successfully completed.

    Further Details - Click Here

  • May 4, 2016
    Current Gippsland Burns

    As part of its forest replanting program HVP will be burning heaps and windrows today Thursday 5th May 2016 in the Blackwarry area about 8km to the east of Balook. Smoke will be visible from a considerable distance and may be seen for several days following ignition.

    For further information on these burns please contact Chris Liddle on 0417 328 167.

    Further Details - Click Here

  • May 4, 2016
    Prescribed Burning, Ovens District

    Update 4/5 - HVP has commenced fuel hazard reduction burns within the Ovens plantations. Smoke will be visible.

    HVP Plantations would like to advise of prescribed burns for fuel hazard reduction on HVP land and site preparation burns in recently harvested forest coupes in the Myrtleford, Stanley, Bright, Wandiligong, Merriang and Buffalo Dam plantations.

    Further Details - Click Here

  • May 4, 2016
    Upcoming weed control operations, Ovens district

    Update 4/5- Due to unseasonably dry conditions the aerial herbicide operations have had to be postponed until May. Please note with the recent rainfall conditions are now better suited to effective weed control and we are waiting on the availability of the helicopter to begin the program.

    HVP Plantations wish to advise of upcoming herbicide program in the plantations near Myrtleford, Porepunkah and Bright.
    The aerial operation is scheduled to commence in early May, and will take approximately 3 days. The program will be delayed if weather conditions are unsuitable.

    Further Details - Click Here

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