Conferences and events

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Outlook Conference

Australia's premier information and networking forum for the agriculture sector, the ABARES annual Outlook conference is in development.

Contact us to recommend sessions and speakers, start a conversation for partnerships or hosting a trade stand and be notified when registrations open. Visit the Outlook website for more.

Previous Outlook conference presentations

Regional Outlook conferences

The ABARES Regional Outlook conferences are an essential part of sharing our commodity forecasts and research results, and hearing from our delegates about key regional agricultural issues. We work with local organisations to develop a tailored conference program to address key local issues and commodities.

At each Regional Outlook conference, senior ABARES analysts present the economic overview and forecasts for relevant agricultural commodities and farm financial performance. A range of regionally based speakers and producers discuss industry challenges and strategies for growth, investment and innovation opportunities, natural resource management, plus case studies from people taking innovative approaches in their businesses.

Join others from across your region to hear commodity forecasts, discuss industry trends, access information and make new contacts in your community that can encourage new approaches to traditional issues.

Find out more on the Regional Outlook conference website.

​Science and Innovation Awards

Grants to realise big ideas from young rural innovators

ABARES coordinates the annual Science and Innovation Awards for Young People in Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, which provides a number of grants for innovative projects that will contribute to the ongoing success and sustainability of Australia's agriculture, fisheries or forestry industries, including food and sustainable natural resource management.​

Visit the Science and Innovation Awards website for more information.

Last reviewed: 15 January 2021
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