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HVP manage more than 50,000ha of land for conservation purposes. These areas contain significant plant and animal species.
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HVP and our staff are involved in many communities in which we operate. We manage access through the recreational permit program.
Find out what is happening across our business.
August 25, 2016
Porepunkah Gully Road Works
HVP would like to advise users of Porepunkah Gully Road that there are will be log loading and hauling operations along the pine plantation section of the road.
The road will be closed while these operations are in progress therefore please seek an alternate route.
August 19, 2016
Operations to commence in the Mystic Basin area.
HVP Plantations wish to advise that operational activity will be commencing in the Mystic Basin area of our Bright plantation over the next one to six months .
August 22, 2016
Cudgewa-Tintaldra Log Truck Detour
HVP Plantations would like to notify the residents and road users of Cudgewa, Walwa and Tintaldra, that HVP contracted log trucks will be diverted along the Murray Valley highway, Cudgewa Valley road and on to the Murray River road because VicRoads has closed the dirt section of Shelley Walwa road for maintenance.
Harvesting in Yarrowee (Mt Helen) Plantation
Harvesting in our Yarrowee Plantation will commence early August 2016. The Clearfell operation will be located on Boak, Indicator, and Jones Roads, it is expected to run until December 2016. Harvesting and delivery contractors have been instructed to do their best to minimise, as far as is practical, the impacts on local residents.
July 14, 2016
Porepunkah & Buckland Valley areas of harvest & haulage operations
HVP Plantations would like to advise the residents of Porepunkah & Buckland Valley areas of harvest & haulage operations, planned to occur between early August and late October.