Thank you to our delegates, speakers and chairs for making ABARES Outlook 2024 such a wonderful success.

We extend our gratitude to conference partners CSIRO and AgriFutures Australia for their support.

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Conference attendees chat to each other in the courtyard of the Hyatt Hotel Canberra under a large green tree.
The main stage of ABARES Outlook 2024 showing the ABARES logo and three people who are smiling and sitting at a desk with microphones. Dr Marion Jansen from the OECD is projected on a large screen with a blue background and OECD logos.


The ABARES Outlook conference program brings together Australian and international speakers across industry and government.

The 2024 theme was Shaping the Future: opportunities, risk and resilience, and featured over 60 speakers across 12 sessions.

Registered delegates of the ABARES Outlook 2024 conference can watch recorded sessions and access presentation slides through the Virtual Event Portal (login details have been provided). These resources will be available at the end of May.

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ABARES Outlook brings together a broad range of participants from across our varied agriculture, fisheries and forestry industries. It’s a great opportunity for you to engage directly with the industries you service.

Partner with us at ABARES Outlook 2025 and raise your profile at a peak industry event.

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The main stage at ABARES Outlook 2024, displaying the ABARES logo and a screen that says “Thank you to our partners”. The CSIRO and AgriFutures Australia logos can be seen. Spot the yellow robot biosecurity dog is also on the stage.

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ABARES is a division of the Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry. We acknowledge the Ngunnawal people the traditional custodians of the land where we work and where Outlook 2024 is being hosted. We pay our Yadaba (respects) to the Traditional Custodians of this land, their culture, their language and elders both past and present.