Forests

The State Government is responsible for managing much of the State’s 18 million hectares of native forests and woodlands.

From the jarrah and karri of the south-west, to the remnant areas of rainforest in the Kimberley, and the Great Western Woodlands which represents the largest and most intact eucalypt woodland remaining in southern Australia.

Find out more about:

  • our forests
  • management of our forests
  • forest products
  • visiting our forests
Page reviewed 29 January 2018