Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University


AgriSciences Research and Business Park (AgriPark)
At Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga

Research, collaboration, innovation, and sustainability collide in the heart of the vibrant Riverina region. International agricultural companies, knowledge-rich agribusinesses, market-focused food producers and organisations, innovative SMEs and a university working collaboratively to tackle complex global issues.

Global Impact.
International Discovery.
Regional Location.

Occupancy, Investment & Collaboration

Invitations to be located in the Park will be considered based on a wide range of factors, including:

  • Synergy with the region
  • Alignment with Charles Sturt University values and research interests
  • Ability to contribute to a cohesive program to tackle complex issues
  • Potential to offer new emerging opportunities for the region.

Individual purpose-built facilities and occupancy terms are negotiable.

Possible tenants, broadly-defined as AgriSciences, AgriFood and AgriBusiness companies, and agricultural service providers, may include:

  • Plant breeding and specialist agronomic supply companies
  • Private agricultural research and/or extension providers
  • Food research and product development companies
  • Agricultural advisors and consultants
  • Animal nutrition and veterinary pharmaceutical companies
  • Industry associations
  • State and Federal Government agencies
  • Research partners to Charles Sturt University.

Partnership Exploration & Development Process

Infographic - Process flow including opportunity to explore, co-develop solutions and build a partnership Charles Sturt University (CSU) welcomes the opportunity to explore potential partnership and collaboration opportunities with individuals and organisations interested in the AgriSciences Research and Business Park.

As a guide to facilitating mutually beneficial discussions, please contact Prof. Mary Kelly, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Research, Development and Industry).