AFCA was established in 2002 as the national peak body for Forest Contracting Businesses. The purpose of AFCA is to engage with government, industry sectors and the community and represent the interests of our members. AFCA plays an important role in keeping members, the forestry sector and supply chain as well as governments abreast of developments and the best practices for a sustainable industry and future.
AFCA’s membership currently represents around 80 percent of the wood harvested and hauled nationally.
AFCA is currently working on a number of policy, industry and government initiatives in order to improve the operating environment and outcomes for our industry.
In addition, AFCA works with our partners and industry stakeholders to improve business conditions, promote innovation and technology advancements and promote the value of Forest Contracting Businesses.
- South Eastern Log Hauliers Association
- Tasmanian Forest Contractors Association
- Australian Forest Products Association
- Timber Communities Australia
Committees & Councils
- New South Wales Forest Industry Taskforce (and Transport Sub Committee)
- Tasmanian Forest Industry Safety Standards Committee
- Victorian Forest Work Health and Safety Committee
- Victorian Skills and Training Advisory Committee
- Tasmanian Forest Industry Advisory Council
- Australian Forest Products Association - Chambers
- Victorian Forestry Industry Council