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