• Advance Australia‚Äôs share: Agribusiness Australia

    23 Mar 17 Read More
  • Exciting times ahead for agriculture

    16 Feb 17 Read More
  • Benefits need to be preserved

    27 Jan 17

    Benefits need to be preserved 

    Following the announcement by the Trump government that the US will withdraw from Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement, Agribusiness Australia is urging the federal government to pull out all stops to preserve the hard-won gains secured during the exhaustive negotiations.

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  • Megatrends for Australian Agribusiness

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  • Technology Supersedes Geography

    19 Dec 16

    The controversial planned relocation of the APVMA from Canberra to Armidale brings with it many questions even whether technology supersedes geographical location.

    In today’s world of virtual offices, does it really matter where an office is physically located. Tim Burrow, Chief Executive of Agribusiness Australia says that location should have no direct impact on the success of an agency.

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  • Does Minimal Govt give maximum liberty, productivity & sustainability?

    15 Dec 16

    The question ‘is less regulation as good for agribusiness as “no till” is for farming?” was the topic of Senator the Hon. David Leyonhjelm’s end of year presentation for Agribusiness Australia.

    After a century of cultivation in Europe “no till” has been a boom for grain growing across Australia, making it more efficient and sustainable. No regulation or perhaps minimum regulation “minimum till” or another name for “no till” would be a boom for Agribusiness proposed Senator Leyonhjelm in his presentation in Sydney.

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  • Busting the Myths of Agribusiness in Australia

    8 Dec 16

    Busting the Myths of Agribusiness in Australia

    Agribusiness Australia has been touted as the myth-busters of agribusiness in Australia.

    Through regular Australia-wide events, Agribusiness Australia uncovers the truths behind a wide range of topics.

    Last week, the Executive Chairman of Bega Cheese, Barry Irvin presented to members of Agribusiness Australia at a Melbourne event.

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  • Rise of Select Harvest

    27 Jul 16

    Stock Journal 22 July 2016 Gallery

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  • NT Breakfast September TBA 2016 with John Maher

    27 Jul 16

    Realising the Potential of the Indigenous Estate

    Assisting Indigenous people to acquire and manage land to achieve economic, environmental, social and cultural benefits is the number one priority of the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC).

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  • Scholarship Vic and Tas 2016

    13 Jul 16


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  • APVMA relocation needs to be put on hold: Agribusiness Australia

    17 Jun 16

    The Federal Government’s decision to relocate the Australian Pesticide and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) to Armidale has been met with concern by agribusinesses across Australia.

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  • CEO appointment heralds new era for Agribusiness Australia

    12 Apr 16

    The organisation promoting the interests of the nation’s agribusiness sector has moved to strengthen its capability and increase its relevance to members.

    Among a raft of changes, Agribusiness Australia (the new trading name of the Agribusiness Association of Australia) has updated its constitution and appointed its first full-time chief executive officer.

    Agribusiness Australia Chairman Mark Allison says the appointment of Tim Burrow as CEO heralds a significant turning point in the organisation’s history.

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  • Notice of Extraordinary General Meeting

    11 Mar 16

    Notice is given that an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Agribusiness Association of Australia will be held on Monday, 4 April 2016 at 9am (Australian Central Time). The Meeting will be held at the Elders Board Room, 10th Floor, 80 Grenfell St, Adelaide.

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  • AAA Agricultural Career Scholarship

    7 Apr 15

    Each year Australia’s leading Agribusiness association announces a scholarship which encourages Australian youth to engage in tertiary education in agriculture.

    This prestigious $3,000 multi-year scholarship is part of the Agribusiness Association of Australia’s (AAA) key priority of aspiring agribusiness students into the industry to ensure that agribusiness continues to be a major contributor to the Australian economy.

    Applications have closed to eligible high school students residing in either New South Wales (NSW) or Australian Capital Territory (ACT). Each year the States and Territories chosen reflect the state hosting the AAA’s annual general meeting.

    The winner will be announced at a dinner following the AGM in New South Wales in late August 2015.

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Silver Members

  • Piper Alderman - SA

    Piper Alderman is a commercial law firm with offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. We act for leading agribusinesses operating inside the farm gate across a broad spectrum of primary production enterprises, as well as for clients operating beyond the farm gate in the agribusiness supply chain, food processing, retail and financial services sectors, export and R&D.

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  • PIRSA - SA

    Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) is a dynamic Government of South Australia agency with the vision of growing sustainable and competitive regions. PIRSA is committed to the sustainable use of the state's agriculture, wine, seafood, forestry, and food industries along with the provision of associated research, regulation, policy development and biosecurity imperatives. PIRSA leads and drives the State Government’s strategic priority of Premium Food and wine from our Clean Environment. 

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  • Waterfind - NSW & Qld

    Waterfind Australia is one of Australia’s water market specialists and a pioneer in the water market industry. Waterfind Australia has developed an award winning online water trading platform that allows the buying and selling of water and simplifies the water trading process enabling irrigators and other water users to access all major Australian water resources to manage their water needs. Waterfind is a privately owned Australian company and is governed by an independent board of directors.

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