Creating a prosperous, sustainable and healthy Northern Australia

Prioritising, de-risking and brokering agricultural development in Western Australia

Prioritising, de-risking and brokering agricultural development in Western Australia
  • Reference # A.7.1920001WA
  • Timeframe 6 months
  • Project Status Current
  • Location Perth, Broome, Karratha
  • Total project value $163,000.00
  • Project manager Carla Keith
  • Research Programs 7. Informing policy development
  • Agriculture
  • Aquaculture
  • Beef
  • Broadacre cropping
  • Forestry
  • Horticulture
  • Strategic policy development

Summary

This WA-focused project is part of a wider collaboration between the CRCNA and the Northern Territory, Queensland and Western Australian Governments to support the development of new agricultural activity across northern Australia. Solutions to key policy, regulatory, budgetary and regional development challenges at the Commonwealth, State/Territory level need consideration, analysis, solution building and negotiated resolution.

By focusing strategic effort on exploring key issues constraining priority agricultural developments in WA, this project will partner the WA Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (WA DPIRD) and other agencies related to development approval, the Commonwealth, industry and other stakeholders to explore the issues at hand and propose innovative and WA-specific solutions.

Expected outcomes

The development of WA-specific policy, regulatory and other solutions to facilitate agricultural development which balances economic, environmental and social outcomes.

Publications

11 January 2021

Summary report : De-risking, brokering and prioritising agricultural development in northern Western Australia

Type: Report

Industry: Aquaculture, Beef, Broadacre cropping, Forestry, Horticulture, Strategic policy development

11 January 2021

De-risking, brokering and prioritising agricultural development in northern Western Australia

Type: Report

Industry: Agriculture, Strategic policy development, Supply chain development