Recreational and commercial uses in plantation forests on State land

HQPlantations Pty Ltd have a 99-year plantation licence to grow, manage and harvest timber on plantation forests on State land.

Because these plantation forests are on State land, the public can access them for certain recreational and commercial uses.

Permits

You may need a permit to access plantation forests on State land depending on the:

  • type of activity you would like to carry out
  • location (especially if there is more than one).

Examples of activities that are likely to need a permit include:

  • 4WD activities
  • organised events (e.g. public meetings, sporting events, etc)
  • stock grazing
  • bee keeping
  • establishing infrastructure (e.g. telecommunications, pipelines, roads, etc)
  • camping
  • scientific, research or educational activities

Permits allow HQPlantations to keep visitors safe whilst they carry out harvesting or other management activities.

Enquiries

To find out if you need a permit for an activity in plantation forests on State land, please contact HQPlantations on:

Phone: (07) 5438 6666

Email: information@hqplantations.com.au

Contact the Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing for a permit if your planned activity includes:

  • camping
  • scientific, research or educational activities
  • locations that include other types of State land (e.g. State native forest, national park, etc)

Further information



Last updated 28 March 2013