Agriculture plays an important role within the Australian and the world economy. Significant opportunities lie in the ownership of Australian agricultural land.

  • Australia’s economy continues to be regarded as one of the world’s most resilient.  Strong trade with Asia, Europe and the Americas combined with low levels of public debt, creating a low-risk environment, have helped Australia remain  ‘triple A’ rated by major global rating agencies.
  • Australia continues to attract foreign investment due to its low risk, long-term growth opportunities and regulated commercial environment. International and domestic investors are looking to Australia as the food security solution. Investors from regions such as Asia, America and Europe have recognised Australia’s ability to produce high quality and quantities of food and fibre at globally competitive prices.
  • Australian land prices are exceptional value compared to other developed nations with long-term capital growth (6.1% in NSW over 20 years). Australia has the world’s 12th largest economy with forecast average annual real GDP growth of 2.9% between 2016 and 2020.
  • Australia is well positioned to produce Natural beef because of its specific land (soil) and climatic (rainfall) characteristics that are conducive to natural beef production. Land availability creates opportunities for scaling up as well as having access to all major international markets for natural beef production. With very low political risk and a transparent legal system this ensures land tenure and property rights and a clean reputation.
  • Australian agricultural land is, more than ever, the optimum inter-generational, inflation-protected asset class with long-term prospects for positive yield and capital growth.

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