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    & Conservation

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

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    & Recreation Access

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HVP Announcements

Find out what is happening across our business.

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  • June 29, 2017
    North East Foliar Sampling Program - Using Firearms

    HVP Plantations wish to advise of upcoming foliar sampling operations in the plantations in North East Victoria.

    Further Details - Click Here

  • May 25, 2017
    Bright/Porepunkah thinning, on Back Porepunkah Road

    Thinning is set to commence opposite the golf course in late May.

    Further Details - Click Here

  • April 24, 2017
    Plantation Harvest and Haulage at Deans Springs - Porepunkah

    Harvest and Haulage activities for Deans Springs harvest of pine plantation - Porepunkah in April 2017. Community drop-in available at Punkah Pantry on 15 March 2017.

    Further Details - Click Here

  • April 20, 2017
    SW Fuel Reduction Burns

    HVP Plantations is planning Fuel Reduction Burns of post-harvest residue in recently harvested forest sites on HVP’s estate at Rennick, Bahgallah, Weecurra, Milltown & Digby areas. These operations are planned for April to June 2017.

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  • April 1, 2017
    Stanley Plantation Operations Rolling Update – Autumn to Winter

    HVP Plantations would like to update the Stanley and Beechworth communities about the continued timber harvesting and log haulage program in the Stanley plantation.
    The outlook between now and July is:
    • Thinning harvesting operations will continue to occur around Wooden Gate Road and Twist Creek Road area.
    • A clear-fall operation will occur in the Wooden Gate Road area for approximately four to six weeks.
    • Log trucks will continue to use Mason’s Road and Red Hill Road for entry and exit of the pine plantation.
    • Road users will see intermittent log truck traffic on the above roads. There may also be occasional log truck traffic seen on Mt Stanley Road.
    • A private pine plantation along the Stanley Road will also be thinned. These logs will be transported towards Stanley, and then into the plantation along Hurdle Flat Road.

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  • Ballarat District - Fuel Reduction Burning Autumn 2017

    HVP Plantations is planning Fuel Reduction Burns of both post-harvest residue in recently harvested forest sites and fuels in native vegetation blocks on HVP’s estate at Carngham, Cape Clear, Creswick & Invermay areas. These operations are planned for April to June 2017.

    Further Details - Click Here

  • Timber Harvesting to commence on Back Germantown Rd

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  • December 30, 2016
    Merriang Plantation Harvest & Haulage- Summer Update

    Harvest & Haulage operations in the Merriang Plantation are currently occurring across several catchments in the area, resulting in many exit/entry points for our log trucks on the Merriang Sth Rd. Please read on for details of key roads that will have haulage activity this summer.

    Further Details - Click Here

  • November 14, 2016
    Summer Harvesting Operations in Colac and Otways

    Summer harvesting and haulage taking place in Otway district

    Further Details - Click Here

  • September 21, 2016
    Cable Harvesting Returns to Wandiligong

    HVP Plantations wish to advise the residents of Wandiligong that cable harvesting operations will be occurring in the Jagoes & Grenville Gully areas over the next three months.
    Temporary road closures will be in place on Brown, Robinson & Moran Rd's to ensure the safety of public.

    Further Details - Click Here

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