News & Events

News and Events

Check out what's happening in forest and wood products and with ForestLearning with the latest news from the industry below.

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Tumbarumba High School focus on Forestry Careers

06 December 2018
Tumbarumba High School has been involved in a number of forestry career events this year including year 10 work experience at Forestry Corporation NSW and visits to Hyne Timber Mill!  Read more below. Tumbarumba Hyne Mill student tourHyne Timber in Tumbarumba held an open day for students t... VIEW

Australian National University - Call for survey respondants

06 December 2018
Do you have 20-30 minutes that you could add value and much needed survey data to a new research project taking place at the Australian National University as to understanding how forests are represented in related year 11 and year 12 subjects.  Your participation is valued and appreciated! ... VIEW

Forest Education Foundation Study Tour to USA Forests

05 December 2018
Teachers from the Tasmanian Forest Education Foundation, Darcy Vickers and Hannah Kench, have recently returned from a 2 week professional learning study tour in Portland, Oregon, USA. Their tour allowed them to meet many professional educators delivering successful and engaging... VIEW

ForestVR Update December 2018

03 December 2018
ForestVR 360 Filming has commenced! The Forest VR project has begun with filming commencing at Visy paper and board manufacturing plant in Tumut and the Hyne Timber Mill, Tumbarumba NSW in November 13-14 2018. Working with Think Digital's Tim Gentle for 360 8K filming, both locations offered unr... VIEW

Forest VR - Get involved!

29 August 2018
JUST as technology has changed the way we communicate, do business, watch movies and more, it’s also revolutionising the classroom. Electronic devices, the Internet and now augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are set to transform the processes of teaching and learning. ... VIEW