Melbourne Convention Centre
Australia and New Zealand’s largest horticulture conference and trade show will be held at the Melbourne Convention Centre June 3-5. The event includes world class experts on a range of topics including transformative research, global innovations, consumption trends and export development. It is a great opportunity for networking amongst industry stakeholders and includes a trade show with exhibitors from more than 200 industry leading companies.
Hort Connections was successful in obtaining funding from the Department of Agriculture to support attendance for 2024 – with eligible funding of up to a $1000 to contribute to costs associated with attending the conference, accommodation and flights.
Novotel Sunshine Coast Resort
Citrus Australia is presenting the inaugural Australian Citrus Congress at the Novotel Sunshine Coast Resort from 5-7 March.
The congress will bring together experts from the global citrus industry to learn about the latest industry trends, meet people from across the citrus supply chain, and present your own products and services. Adjacent events include Citrus Australia’s inaugural Biosecurity Symposium, Congress Gala Dinner, Welcome Event and Citrus Australia’s 2024 AGM. A study tour will be held in the Bundaberg region on 4 March.The 2024 Congress will also mark the start of a new annual event, combining Citrus Australia’s popular Market Outlook and Technical Forums.
FutureAg expo 2024
FutureAg expo is an exciting exhibition, sales and networking opportunity for suppliers of ag and agro-industrial products, services and technology for Australia, New Zealand and Asia Pacific. Manufacturers, producers, importers and distributors of products and services related to horticulture, agriculture, livestock and aquaculture.
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
A meeting place to see what is happening across agrifood tech in Australia and the world, attracting farmers, ledaers, innovators and researchers in one location and includes local and international speakers focusing on sharing ideas and building connections in pursuit of a resilient, sustainable and profitable agrifood sector and value chain.
Cherry Industry Conference
Hotel Grand Chancellor
July 31 – August 2
The Increasing Resilience: Surviving and Thriving in the Australian Cherry Symphony conference will let you join fellow cherry growers, industry experts, and special guests from across Australia and around the globe for a three-day celebration of all things cherry.
Focusing on regenerative agriculture, cherry science, traceability, workforce, export excellence and marketing mastery.