HVP Landholdings

HVP owns and manages around 240,000 hectares of land across three land tenures: freehold, leasehold and Plantation Licence. We are committed to maintaining our estate for forestry and conservation. In doing so, we support our customers, service providers, the environment and the communities in which we live and work.

HVP’s plantation estate annually supplies some three million tonnes of softwood (pine) and 300,000 tonnes of hardwood (eucalypt) to sawmillers, panel producers and pulp and paper mills in Australia and overseas.

The 48,000 ha of native vegetation managed for conservation of environmental and cultural values contains significant plant and animal species and cultural sites.


HVP landholdings monitoring results for financial year 2022/2023. Measured in hectares.

Area of pine plantation 137785
Area of eucalypt plantation 11593
Area awaiting replanting 20291
Native forest* 48373
Infrastructure/other (roads, firebreaks, depots, etc) 20086
Total Estate Area 238128
Area planted during season 7816
Area harvested 5725
Area thinned 8724
Plantation area burnt 0

HVP Regions

Estimated Area = 240,000 Ha. Plantation Area = 170,000 Ha. Predominant Species – Pinus Radiata

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