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Forestry north Australia

Stock Photography By David C Hancock

The Tiwi Islands is home to one of northern Australia's most successful forestry projects. Initially, the Tiwis grew pine logs for the markets of Darwin but then moved into Acaccia mangium trees that can be chipped for wood pulp in factories in Asia. The Tiwi Islands are far closer to Asian markets than forestry projects in southern Australia and the wood grows significantly quicker.

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Photo Captions for Forestry north Australia

Image #1. Forestry north Australia Tiwi forestry project, Melville Island

Image #2. Forestry north Australia Tiwi Islanders who work as foresters examine data in a GPS at a plantation on Melville Island.

Image #3. Forestry north Australia Acacia mangium is grown on Melville Island - a forestry project owned and operated by Tiwi Aboriginal people - planting

Image #4. Forestry north Australia Acacia mangium is grown on Melville Island - a forestry project owned and operated by Tiwi Aboriginal people

Image #5. Forestry north Australia Tiwi forestry workers measure native timber logs taken from bush on Melville Island

Image #6. Forestry north Australia Tiwi Islanders who work as foresters examine acacia trees at a plantation on Melville Island.

Image #7. Forestry north Australia Acacia mangium is grown on Melville Island - a forestry project owned and operated by Tiwi Aboriginal people - planting

Image #8. Forestry north Australia Acacia mangium is grown on Melville Island - a forestry project owned and operated by Tiwi Aboriginal people - planting

Image #9. Forestry north Australia Acacia mangium is grown on Melville Island - a forestry project owned and operated by Tiwi Aboriginal people

Image #10. Forestry north Australia Acacia mangium is grown on Melville Island - a forestry project owned and operated by Tiwi Aboriginal people

Image #11. Forestry north Australia A plantation of Acacia mangium trees on Melville Island, owned by Tiwi Aboriginal people. Tiwi foresters Francis Damien Mukwankumi (left) and John Angelo Munkara.

Image #12. Forestry north Australia Tiwi forestry project on Melville Island - employees John Tipungwuti (right) and Andrew Cooper measure a two year-old tree.

Image #13. Forestry north Australia Acacia mangium is grown on Melville Island - a forestry project owned and operated by Tiwi Aboriginal people

Image #14. Forestry north Australia A plantation of Acacia mangium trees on Melville Island, owned Tiwi Aboriginal people. Tiwi foresters walk through the plantation.

Image #15. Forestry north Australia Timber is loaded aboard the African Orchid, bound for China from Plantations on the Tiwi Islands.

Image #16. Forestry north Australia A plantation of Acacia mangium trees on Melville Island, owned by Tiwi Aboriginal people.

Image #17. Forestry north Australia Timber is loaded aboard the African Orchid freighter at Port Melville

Image #18. Forestry north Australia forestry project Tiwi Islands - stacking & loading pine logs. primary industry employment investment machinery

Image #19. Forestry north Australia forestry project Tiwi Islands - logs being moved & stacked at the port. primary industry machinery investment

Image #20. Forestry north Australia forestry project Tiwi Islands - logs being moved & stacked at the port. primary industry machinery investment

Image #21. Forestry north Australia Timber is loaded aboard the African Orchid, bound for China from Plantations on the Tiwi Islands.

Image #22. Forestry north Australia forestry project Tiwi Islands - stacking & loading pine logs. primary industry employment investment machinery

Image #23. Forestry north Australia Forestry project Tiwi Islands - logs being moved & stacked at the port. primary industry machinery investment

Image #24. Forestry north Australia forestry project Tiwi Islands - logs being moved & stacked at the port. primary industry machinery investment

Image #25. Forestry north Australia forestry project on the Tiwi Islands - processing pine logs. primary industry machinery investment business

Image #26. Forestry north Australia forestry project on the Tiwi Islands - felling pine trees. primary industry machinery investment business

Image #27. Forestry north Australia forestry project on the Tiwi Islands - processing pine logs. primary industry machinery investment business

Image #28. Forestry north Australia forestry on the tiwi islands

Image #29. Forestry north Australia Forestry project Tiwi Islands - logs being moved & loaded at the port. primary industry machinery investment

Image #30. Forestry north Australia - forestry project on the Tiwi Islands - felling pine trees. primary industry machinery investment business

Image #31. Forestry north Australia forestry project on the Tiwi Islands - felling pine trees. primary industry machinery investment business Photographer: David Hancock. Copyright: SkyScans

Image #32. Forestry north Australia Forestry project on the Tiwi Islands - processing pine logs. primary industry machinery investment business

Image #33. Forestry north Australia Forestry project on the Tiwi Islands - acacia & pines. primary industry investment business

Image #34. Forestry north Australia Forestry project on the Tiwi Islands - pine felling. primary industry aboriginal indigenous employment machinery

Image #35. Forestry north Australia Forestry project on the Tiwi Islands - pine felling. primary industry aboriginal indigenous employment

Image #36. Forestry north Australia Forestry project on the Tiwi Islands - pine felling. primary industry aboriginal indigenous employment

Image #37. Forestry north Australia Forestry project on the Tiwi Islands - processing pine logs. primary industry machinery investment business

Image #38. Forestry north Australia Forestry project on the Tiwi Islands - pine felling. primary industry aboriginal indigenous employment machinery

Image #39. Forestry north Australia Forestry project on the Tiwi Islands - pine felling. primary industry aboriginal indigenous employment machinery

Image #40. Forestry north Australia Forestry project on the Tiwi Islands - pine felling. primary industry aboriginal indigenous employment

 

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