More detailed information, including long term trends and supporting footnotes, are disclosed in the Key performance indicators section.
- Provide healthy forests for future generations; and
- Facilitate a vibrant forestry industry to deliver social and economic benefits, particularly in regional Western Australia.
|1. Quantity of native forest hardwood log timber compared to sustainable levels and targets|
|Bole volume for jarrah, karri and marri (m3)|
|First and second grade jarrah and karri sawlogs (m3)|
|2. Harvest of green sandalwood maintained at allowable cut (tonnes)|
|Green butts, branches and logs||-||788|
|3. Extent of native karri forest regenerated relative to area harvested (hectares)||475||370|
|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|
- Environmentally sustainable forest products industry.
|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|