Australian agricultural land values. Booming prices, supercharged market activity and ever-increasing competition. It seems to be unstoppable. Or is it? Is the market over-inflated, or does it reflect a thriving agribusiness sector, primed for further growth?
Can Australia’s farmers and agribusinesses generate a return from these record land prices? And how would lifting inflation and interest rate rises influence this dynamic?
Join us for this special networking evening event hosted by event sponsor CBRE, as we hear from our panel of experts including:
- David Goodfellow, Managing Director, Agribusiness at CBRE
- Adrian Goonan, Head of Cropping & Diversified Agriculture, Warakarri Asset Management
- Andrew Smith, Head of Sales, Rural Bank
Moderated by ABC Country Hour host Warwick Long, the speakers will move beyond the rhetoric and get to the facts of the matter. They’ll have a level-headed conversation around where the industry is at, and what possibly could happen next. It’s not to be missed.
Where: CBRE, Level 34, 8 Exhibition Street, Melbourne
When: Wednesday, 23 March 2022, 5pm–7pm
Cost (includes canapes and drinks):
- $50 for Rural Press Club of Victoria or Agribusiness Australia members
- $65 for non-members
Warwick Long, host of ABC Country Hour.
0458 588 449
0455 951 464
Note: Covid-19 requirements on social distancing will apply and the event will adhere to all relevant health restrictions. Please note that if Covid-19 restrictions prevent the event from going ahead, then a full refund will be available.