Platform: BUILD OUR REGIONAL IDENTITIES

To grow awareness of the Great South Coast’s food & fibre regions, credentials and areas of competitive advantage

“We will  grow awareness of the Great South Coast’s food & fibre regions, credentials, areas of competitive advantage and opportunities.”

Today there is considerable interest in investing in agriculture from Australia and overseas but in the Great South Coast region there is a lack of businesses and projects that are currently “investment ready” to attract this investment. Particularly pertinent is that there is no visible and cohesive profile of the Great South Coast region regarding potential which means that investors overlook the area. A current and dynamic e-prospectus will showcase what resources in land, water and expertise the region has in abundance to potential investors.

The challenge is to attract investors to look at the region and then facilitate local businesses with investment ready business opportunities to connect. Innovative proposals from throughout the region do currently exist and are capital starved through a lack of avenues to source equity investors. Other opportunities exist including building business groupings to be a shop front to the world and indeed a one stop shop for overseas service and product customers.

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FOOD & FIBRE GREAT SOUTH COAST COUNCIL POSITIONS

Food & Fibre Great South Coast is seeking expressions of interest from passionate individuals wishing to join their volunteer Council to oversee the strategic direction of the not-for-profit organisation.  Applicants will be assessed on the following criteria: Proven credibility within the industry Understanding of the various sector supply chains An understanding of agricultural education/training and […]

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Bringing Technology to the Saleyards

By Outcross Agri Services Victorian Operations Manager Peter Brooker: I’ve always loved agriculture. I’m originally from central west New South Wales, where I lived in a very agricultural based little community. From there I was a Jackaroo for two years at the Haddon Rig, where we ran merino sheep, angus cattle, broad acre cropping and […]

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International Reach

Portland’s Darren Shelden has been unveiled as the latest Great South Coast Food + Fibre ambassador. The Australian Bluegum Plantations Port and Logistics Manager is based in Portland, but also manages the Albany port in Western Australia. “Our customers are Chinese and Japanese pulp and paper companies,” says ABP Port and Logistics Manager Darren Shelden. […]

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