Forests Australia provides up-to-date information on Australia's forests - from the latest forest-related publications, maps and tools to links to forest management organisations and institutions.
This website, hosted by the
ABARES in the Australian Government Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, represents collaboration between many Australian forest-related organisations, including all Australian state and territory governments.
Australia's plantation log supply 2015-2059 is Australia's fifth plantation log availability forecast report. It presents forecasts of sawlog and pulplog volumes available from softwood and hardwood plantations. These comprehensive log supply reports are published every five years.
Australian forest profiles 2016 is the latest series of eight fact sheets on Australia's native forest types. Profiles are available for seven broad native forest types that are defined by dominant native species in Australia, namely acacia, callitris, casuarina, eucalypt, mangrove, melaleuca and rainforest plus an eighth overview fact sheet.
Australian plantation statistics 2016 is the latest in the series of the five-yearly plantation reports based on spatial data. It supports strategic forest industry planning and decision-making by presenting information on total plantation area, new planting and ownership.
Short-term forecasts of selected wood product sales volume: Method and assumptions is a technical report that documents the methods and assumptions underlying ABARES forecasts of the quarterly sales volume for selected wood products from the Forest and Wood Products Australia Softwood Data series.
Climatic suitability of Australia's production forests for myrtle rust is a report that combines climatic suitability modelling for myrtle rust across Australia with spatial data on Australia's production forests and forecast wood availability, to predict areas of Australia that are highly suitable climatically for this disease, and the proportion of Australia’s forecast eucalypt log availability that derives from these areas.