Largest plantation company
HQPlantations sustainably manages 330,000 hectares of forest throughout the state of Queensland including softwood and hardwood plantations. These plantations produce up to of 2.3 million cubic metres of logs annually that support both domestic and export industries.
As well as supplying plantation logs, HQPlantations protects native forests. The native forests provide a range of conservation, community and other values. HQPlantations protects these plantations for future benefits.
Lannercost plantation closure
11 December 2019
For public safety, all parts of Lannercost State Forest north of Wallaman Falls Road are closed until further notice following the recent fire, which burned approximately 2,000 hectares.
Plantation forests south of Mackay closed
3 December 2019
Despite some scattered rainfall over the past 10 days, low humidity, dry gusting winds and high temperatures continue to elevate the fire risk profile in southern Queensland’s plantation forests.
As a result, all plantation forests south of Mackay are closed to the public until further notice.
Bouldering and fossicking restricted in Passchendaele State Forest
19 November 2019
The Stannum Logging Area in Passchendaele State Forest is closed for thinning harvesting operations until approximately March 2020.