Forest Research Mount Gambier

Forest Research Mount Gambier is a partnership between the University of South Australia, the Australian forest industry, the Federal Government and the Government of South Australia, which is focussed on delivering the regional priorities of the forest industry, through the National National Institute for Forest Products Innovation (NIFPI).

More about our Forest Industry Partnership

Located at UniSA’s Mount Gambier Campus, Forest Research Mount Gambier is committed to supporting South Australia’s $1.2 billion forest industry. The industry is one of the largest employers in the Green Triangle region, providing 7,000 direct and 15,000 indirect jobs, according to industry sources. Additonally, the Green Triangle is home to 18 per cent of Australia’s total plantation estate, including plantation and forest products companies who have significant investments and infrastructure in the region. This partnership supports a strategic alliance to leverage outcomes and provide highly skilled research resources to address regional and national forest industry needs.

Forest Research Mount Gambier plays a vital role in fostering collaboration, undertaking research, boosting innovation and maintaining jobs while making Mount Gambier one of the major centres for forest industry research in the country.

Further information about the University of South Australia Mount Gambier Campus is available here.

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