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    Forest Management

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

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    About HVP

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  • 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.

  • January 29, 2016
    Central Road, Turtons Creek Harvesting

    HVP will be doing a roadline harvesting operation at Central Road in the Turtons Creek area.
    Harvesting is due to start early February and last approximately 1 month.
    Log trucks will be using Central Road to Grand Ridge Road during this time.

    Further Details - Click Here

  • January 29, 2016
    Clarkes Road Hazelwood North.

    HVP will be harvesting (clearfelling) the pine plantation to the west of Clarkes Rd Hazelwood North.
    Harvesting is due to start now and last until approximately April.
    Log trucks will be using Clarkes Road during this time.

    Further Details - Click Here

  • January 29, 2016
    Operations Update Tanjil (Airstrip Track Plantation)

    HVP Plantations will be recommencing logging works around Andersons Road opposite the Tanjil Fire Brigade shortly.
    Harvesting the rest of this 'coupe' known as Airstrip Track will likely take 1.5 - 2 months, and trucks will be travelling loaded down Andersons Rd and up Kaye’s Rd to Quarry Rd.
    Please be extra vigilant when driving on our roads during this time.

    Further Details - Click Here

  • December 4, 2015
    Fertiliser Program - Bright, Myrtleford & Porepunkah

    HVP Plantations wish to advise of an upcoming fertiliser program in the plantations near Myrtleford, Porepunkah and Bright. This fertilising operation will see the application of granular nitrogen and phosphorus fertilisers via helicopter. The operation is scheduled to commence from the 10th December, and will take approximately 4 days. Aerial operations are dependent on the appropriate climatic conditions, so delays to the program are possible.

    Further Details - Click Here

  • December 3, 2015
    HVP Contact Page

    HVP Plantations wishes to apologise and advise stakeholders that the Contact Process through the HVP website Contact page has not been operating since the new site went live on Friday 27th of November. The problem has been rectified but if you have used the system to contact us over the past week we have not received your email. We apologise for this inconvenience.

    Further Details - Click Here

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