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Could your business benefit from access to a small-scale abattoir based in Central Queensland?

MEAT Capricorn Project

Are you a small-scale producer in Central Queensland wanting access to a more local abattoir? We are thrilled to be working with industry leaders, supported by Livingstone Shire Council, Advance Rockhampton and Central Queensland University to gauge the viability of a small-scale, multi-species abattoir in...

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Join us for a FREE ‘Sip & Chat’ webinar this April

Regionality Pty Ltd is excited to host the next instalment of our hugely successful 'Sip & Chat' series online, featuring Dr Food - Professor David Hughes live from his home in Wales. Plus we’ll be launching some exciting projects during this live webinar! Pour yourself a cup...

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Tourism update: what we learned at the Destination Australia conference

EDITORIAL: Regionality Founder Rose Wright was in the room at the International Convention & Exhibition Centre (ICC) Sydney earlier this month when Tourism Australia hosted its Destination Australia conference.   Themed The next chapter for sustainable growth, Tourism Australia’s annual Destination Australia conference focused on the future...

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Celebrating #IWD2024

In acknowledging International Women's Day, Regionality is celebrating the individual women across Australia who have stepped up, innovated, and diversified their family businesses, their regions, and their industries with huge benefit. By investing in women and their ideas, we are accelerating progress – we can see...

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Regionality welcomes game-changing new agritourism rules in NSW

EDITORIAL: Regionality Founder Rose Wright on what the NSW agritourism land use reforms mean for the relationship between farmers, consumers and tourism in our regions, as well as their potential to unlock beneficial agri-diversification nationally.   Thursday’s announcement from the NSW Department of Planning and Environment...

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In Conversation Bruce Pascoe

We got to know a little more about our Farm2Plate Exchange 2021 special guest Bruce Pascoe­, the man behind the award winning book, Dark Emu, at the recent Wakool Agri-Innovation Forum.   An author and University of Melbourne Professor of indigenous Agriculture, Bruce is perhaps better known...

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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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