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 Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences in the Australian Government Department of Agriculture, represents collaboration between many Australian forest-related organisations, including all Australian state and territory governments.
Australia's forests at a glance 2014 is a pocket-book compendium of data and information about Australia's native forests and industrial plantations. The pocket-book summarises data current to 2012-13 that has been published in detailed reports.
Australia’s State of the Forests Report (SOFR) is the five-yearly national report on the status of Australia’s forests. The purpose of the report is to keep the public informed about Australia's forests, their management, use and conservation, and to provide data on how they are changing. SOFR also helps Australia to report the state of its forests to the world.
Australia’s State of the Forests Report 2013 is the fourth in the series of State of the Forests Reports. SOFR 2013 is based on the same framework of seven criteria and 44 indicators as SOFR 2008.