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Author: Regionality

10 Tips For Tourism Business Recovery

By Renae Denny Tourism Specialist   As travel restrictions begin to lift, Regionality is looking at what tourism businesses in Australia can do in readiness for opening.   There’s no going back to the way things were. The pandemic has been a massive blow to operators, but let’s focus on...

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10 questions with Jodi Roebuck

10 Questions with award winning bio intensive farmer Jodi Roebuck, Roebuck Farm   Regionality’s Farm2Plate Exchanges in Australia feature prominent names in the farm to plate value chain here and overseas. Bio intensive gardener, Jodi Roebuck, was a special guest at our inaugural event held last year.   Jodi...

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Future for Agritourism in a post Covid-19 world?

by Rose Wright, Managing Director It’s hard to imagine what the future might hold for agritourism in regional Australia in a world filled with uncertainty and a tourism and hospitality sector on life support.   The impacts are being felt by many of our farmers who have relied...

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Will drought and dollar milk kill Aussie dairies?

Supermarket chains Coles, Aldi and Woolworths and processors share moral obligation to help drought hit Australian dairy farmers – Regionality   Regionality managing director Rose Wright is backing calls for Coles, Aldi, Woolworths and processors to pass on a 30 to 50 cent a litre milk price...

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Farmers rewarded by agritourism

Liverpool Plains farmers reap rewards of Regionality and NSW Small Business Commission agritourism initiative   Nine farms in the Liverpool Plains recently took part in a series of agritourism business development programs developed by Regionality with the NSW Small Business Commission.   The program, designed to help farmers with...

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Ten questions with Joel Salatin

Regionality is bringing Joel Salatin back to Australia for Farm2Plate Exchange 2020.   Joel wowed audiences at our inaugural Farm2Plate Exchange with his great sense of humour and straight up compelling content. We sat down with the man also dubbed “the world’s most famous farmer” to dig...

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Why Agritourism is important for Australia

Why Agritourism is important for Australia   Australian food and agribusiness could reach $250B by 2030, according to a new CSIRO report highlighting the importance of agritourism in regional areas.   According to Regionality general manager, Rose Wright, agritourism is already a billion dollar business in Australia. Recent CSIRO...

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Global Table 2019

Global Table spotlight shines on Regionality – Australia’s leading authority on agritourism   Regionality founder and agri-food expert Rose Wright was one of a group of international thought leaders who gathered in Melbourne for the inaugural Global Table 2019 to discuss the world’s biggest food challenges.   As...

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DT2050: Tweed Artisan Food Weekend

Regionality’s latest collaboration: DT: 2050 Tweed Artisan Food Weekend 18-20 October, 2019 Regionality’s collaborative approach to strategic consulting means we’re always working behind the scenes, assisting our clients to find their multi-entrepreneurial potential through the development of authentic products or experiences that will encourage visitors to...

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