ABP Celebrate ‘Women in Wood Fibre’

Australian Bluegum Plantation’s (ABP) inaugural Women in Wood Fibre celebration has been branded a stand-out success with plans to make the gathering an annual industry-wide event. More than 40 ABP staff, Glenelg Shire Council Mayor Karen Stephens, Food and Fibre Great South Coast chair Oonagh Kilpatrick and key industry stakeholders joined for the celebratory lunch […]

Monitoring and management of threatened species

ABP regularly undertakes targeted field surveys to identify the presence of threatened species in our high conservation value forest areas. Field surveys include dusk/dawn stag watches (viewing hollows in trees), ground surveys for scat or diggings, bio-acoustic recorders and remote wildlife cameras.

School tour at Albany Chip Terminal

In June 2021, Albany Chip Terminal (ACT) hosted a tour with upper school students and staff from the Western Australia College of Agriculture – Morawa. This tour helped students and staff understand more about forestry and ABP and provided information on career paths in forestry. Students came from a broadacre agriculture background, so they were […]

Installation of Nest Boxes

Throughout the Green Triangle estate, ABP hosts an innovative nest box program which provides a safe and secure breeding sanctuary for threatened species.

Heywood Wood Wine and Roses Festival

Australian Bluegum Plantations was pleased to sponsor the wood chop competition at the 26th Annual Heywood Wood Wine & Roses Festival in February 2020.

Ten Year Anniversary

2019 marked the tenth anniversary of ABP. A celebration was in order, and in November all staff gathered in Melbourne for a special event to mark the occasion.

National Cancer Council Car Rally

In 2019 ABP was pleased to sponsor the Albany Gunslingers, the local WA entry in the annual trans-national Cancer Council Car Rally.