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Northern Australia is identified by both State and Federal Government and industry as part of the solution in the global food shortage issue. The current white paper on Developing Northern Australia and the Agriculture Competitiveness white papers both put a focus on capitalising on the opportunities that Northern Australia provides.

The Flinders River Ag Precinct sits in the spotlight, with the key ingredients of land, and water underpinning production and linked to existing infrastructure and port facilities that connect you to the growing markets in Asia.

This recent announcement by the Queensland government of a further 240,000 Ml of water in the Flinders catchment provides an ideal prospect for agricultural investors to be part of the development of Northern Australia. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to secure a water allocation and prime development land as the basis for agricultural diversification and growth.

  • Investment Profile

The Flinders River Ag Precinct seeks expressions of interest from serious investors to contribute technical skills, expertise and capital into projects that have the potential to become 'world-best practice' in sustainable agriculture.

pdfDownload Investment Profile Booklet 

pdfDownload producer profile application

 

Producer Profiles

  • AUSTAM AUSTRALIA - Water Licenses: 40ML (tendered DATE TBA) Irrigated farming: 2.2Ha / 2.2Ha current pdfDOWNLOAD
  • BOW PARK - Water licenses: 20,000 ML (tendered Oct-12 ) Irrigated farming: 1011-2000 ha (with tender) Dryland farming: 5000 ha pdfDOWNLOAD
  • CONSENTES STATION - Water licenses: 25,000 ML (tendered Oct-12) Irrigated farming: 2,500 ha (with tender) Dryland farming: 1,500 ha (potential) pdfDOWNLOAD
  • DUNLUCE STATION - Water licenses: 5,500 ML (tendered in Oct-12) / Current:750 ML (bore) Irrigated farming: 530 ha (with tender) / 40 ha (current) Dryland farming:1,000 ha (potential) pdfDOWNLOAD
  • ETTA PLAINS - Water licenses: 32,000 ML (tendered in Oct-12) Irrigated farming: 9,500 ha (with tender) Dryland farming: 10,000 ha (potential) pdfDOWNLOAD
  • EXPRESSMAN DOWNS - Water licenses: 12,000 ML (tendered in Oct 2012) Irrigated farming: 1,000 -1,500 ha (with tender) Dryland farming: none in production or proposed pdfDOWNLOAD
  • FLINDERS  SHIRE COUNCIL - Water licenses: 9,000ML (to be tendered) Irrigated farming: Up to 900 Ha Dryland farming: None Proposed pdfDOWNLOAD
  • GLENMOAN STATION- Water licenses: 5,720 ML (tendered in Oct 2012) Irrigated farming:530—900 ha (with tender)  Dryland farming: 8-1,100 ha (potential) pdfDOWNLOAD
  • LONGVIEW  STATION - Water licenses: 5,000 ML (tendered Oct 2012) Irrigated farming: 600 Ha Dryland farming: none current pdfDOWNLOAD
  • SAEGO PLAINS STATION - Water licenses: 6,000 ML (tendered in Oct 2012) Irrigated farming: 500-1,000 ha (with tender) Dryland farming: none in production or proposed pdfDOWNLOAD
  • SUTHERLAND STATION - Water licenses: 10,000 Ml (6,000 Ml tendered Oct 2012) / Current:500Ml (bore) Irrigated farming: 1,000 ha (with tender) Dryland farming: 1,500 ha (potential) pdfDOWNLOAD

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