Defined Forest Area

In line with our vision of to improve our business through new technology and innovation to ensure we do things better tomorrow than we did today; HVP operate a state of the art Geographic Information System (GIS) that assists with the planning, conduct and monitoring of our operations.

The GIS incorporates data from LiDAR, conventional aerial photography, Drone technology, infield GPS, flora, fauna and cultural heritage databases and baseline mapping data.

Our GIS is constantly being updated as we harvest, replant and tend our plantations.

HVP Estate & Plantation Maps (West)

July 1, 2015

View HVP Plantations whole estate map (1:3,000,000) and maps scale 1:250,000 of the plantations from Ballarat, west to the South Australian border.
Scale is correct when viewed at A4 size.

HVP Plantation Maps (north & east)

July 1, 2015

View maps scale (1:250,000) of our plantations north of Melbourne and for all of Gippsland.
Scale is correct when viewed at A4 size.

HVP Defined Area (DFA)

Defined Forest Area – an area of forest (including land and water) to which the requirements of the Australian Forestry Standard are applied and to which the forest manager can demonstrate management control, which allows them to achieve the requirements of the standard. Information current as at 30th June 2016.

Plantation 82,694
Infrastructure 8,263
Custodial 34,967
Plantation 43,808
Infrastructure 5,999
Custodial 10,708
Plantation 43,615
Infrastructure 5,027
Custodial 4,227
Total Area (HA)
Plantation 170,118
Infrastructure 19,289
Custodial 49,903

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