Summary of audited key performance indicators

More detailed information, including long term trends and supporting footnotes, are disclosed in the Key performance indicators section.

Key effectiveness indicators

Service:

  • Provide healthy forests for future generations; and
  • Facilitate a vibrant forestry industry to deliver social and economic benefits, particularly in regional Western Australia.
  Target Actual
1. Quantity of native forest hardwood log timber compared to sustainable levels and targets
Bole volume for jarrah, karri and marri (m3)    
Jarrah 292,000 199,770
Karri 164,000 108,772
Marri 140,000 17,403
First and second grade jarrah and karri sawlogs (m3)    
Jarrah 132,000 99,542
Karri 59,000 50,542
2. Harvest of green sandalwood maintained at allowable cut (tonnes)
Green butts, branches and logs - 788
Roots green - 220
Green twigs - 39
Total 1,125 1,047
  Harvested Regenerated
3. Extent of native karri forest regenerated relative to area harvested (hectares) 475 370
  Target Actual
4. Timeliness of karri forest regeneration (% within 18 months) 75 100
5. Effectiveness of regeneration of native karri forest    
Area (ha) not requiring remedial treatment (% of surveyed area) 95 100
6. The achievement of thinning schedules in karri forest (hectares)    
Karri area thinned 1,230 617
7. Area of plantation established against target 2,400 2,378
8. Total payments to government (provide a return on investment to government) ($ millions) 2.0 4.6
9. Net profit before interest and tax (NPBIT) ($ millions) 8.4 11.1

 

Key efficiency indicators

Service:

  • Environmentally sustainable forest products industry.
  Target Actual
1. Green sandalwood roots as a percentage of green sandalwood harvested (%) 20 22
2. Plantation log production consistent with demand from industry (m3)    
Supply of sawlog 441,000 488,360
Supply of industrial wood 367,000 445,016
3. Ratio of earnings before interest and tax to total assets (return on total assets) (%) 2.18 3.00
4. Stumpage revenue ($ millions) 57.30 51.98