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Agricultural Mock Parliament

AgConnectWA is excited to announce its first ever Agricultural Mock Parliament, in conjunction with the Young Liberals, Young Greens, Young Nationals and Young Labor groups.

Join us to hear the perspectives on various agricultural policy, in the chamber of the WA state parliament. Please be aware that this is a business event, so please dress accordingly.

This is a FREE event but registration is mandatory for security purposes at Parliament House. Tickets are available until 3.00pm on Monday 22 August – there will be no opportunity to purchase tickets after this time, so make sure you book online before registrations close.

Event Details
  • When Monday, 29th August 2016
  • Time 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
  • Entry FREE
  • Venue Parliament House
  • Location Parliament House, Harvest Terrace, Perth 6000

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Debate Night

Agricultural Mock Parliament

Join us to hear the perspectives on various agricultural policy, at the WA State Parliament.

1 Responses

    Awesome idea! It would be great to have something similar here in Canberra!

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