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Australian Women in Agriculture (AWiA) 2017 Conference

Australian Women in Agricultures national conference is coming to Brisbane, 22-24 September 2017 with its theme, Securing Australian Agriculture - sustaining families, farming and our future. Registrations now open.

The Conference Program will focus on four themes;

- Sustainable & Stronger You
- Sustainable Business & Land
- A Sustainable & Innovative Future
- Sustainable Food Supply & Healthy Communities

The conference (22-24 September) will also feature a number of breakout sessions helping you understand:

- Applying for Scholarships
- Getting on Boards
- Getting Grants
- Superannuation
- Farm Safety
- Workplace Wellness

Your conference ticket includes a cocktail party sponsored by Ruralco on the Friday evening overlooking the Story Bridge and a Gala Dinner aboard the Kookaburra Queen Riverboat sponsored by Rural Bank on the Saturday evening. Acclaimed author Fleur McDonald will be joining the Gala Dinner.

Conference tours are also offered at an additional cost.

Head to www.awia.org.au for more information.

Event Details
  • When Friday, 22nd September 2017
  • Time 12:00 PM to 8:30 PM
  • Entry Dependent on ticket type. See Book Now.
  • Venue Oakwood Hotel and Apartments
  • Location Ivory Lane, QLD 4000

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Australian Women in Agriculture Conference

SECURING AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURE – Sustaining families, farming and our future

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