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Canberra’s agri-technology sector is growing fast and has many investment opportunities.
The Canberra region advances global agricultural, environmental and primary industry research. William Farrer bred the strain of Federation wheat just outside Canberra in 1903. This revolutionised Australian agriculture.
Over a century later, the finest organisations in Canberra’s agri-technology sector are still growing. We’re addressing critical regional, national and global challenges in:
World-renowned Canberra research centres continue to train researchers, students and industry at the:
We’re making major discoveries, and building knowledge and resources in:
The region is home to agri-technology entrepreneurs.
The Centre for Entrepreneurial Agri-Technology (CEAT) is a joint venture of ANU, CSIRO and the ACT Government. CEAT provides:
Canberra is Australia’s largest inland city. We’re surrounded by agricultural land. Much of Australia’s finest cool climate produce, fine wool and dry land crops comes from the Canberra Region.
Just some of the high-value produce we’re known for includes:
Our wool, dairy and meat production is strong.
The export potential for our high-yield, low-volume goods is growing.
Canberra houses the:
Grow your research, development, business, economic and social capability in Canberra. You’ll benefit from our depth of knowledge, research activity, facilities and interdisciplinary approach.
For networking and investment opportunities in Canberra, visit the Centre for Entrepreneurial Agri-Technology (CEAT) website.
To learn how to engage with leading agri-technology centres in Canberra, contact our Investment team.