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    Delivering Ag2030

    The Australian agriculture, fisheries and forestry sector aims to achieve $100 billion in farm gate output by 2030.

    The $100 billion target is very ambitious and business as usual will not be enough. The Government is supporting the farm sector to achieve this vision. The 2020-21 Federal Budget builds on these actions.

    Vision: Through Ag2030, the Australian Government is setting the foundations for the agricultural sector to grow agriculture to $100 billion by 2030, ensuring Australian agricultural producers receive maximum returns for their hard work and are supported by vibrant rural and regional communities.

    Achieving the 2030 target

    Australia’s agricultural industry is currently worth $61 billion per year.

    Achieving the Ag2030 target will require a significant increase in productivity. Australia must also maintain our reputation for high quality and sustainable produce.

    The Government is committed to backing Australian farmers, fishers and foresters in the Ag2030 vision – driving job creation and economic growth, whilst also supporting recovery from drought, bushfires and the impacts of COVID-19.

    The $100 billion vision is only possible if Government and industry works together.

    Read the Ag2030 plan below.

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    What we’re doing

    Ag2030 sets 7 themes for action.

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    Theme 1: Trade and Exports

    The Government is strengthening agricultural ties with major and emerging export markets. This will deliver new trade and market access for producers, while also reducing red tape.

    Key actions:

    • $328 million package over four years for the Busting Congestion for Agricultural Exporters package.
      • $222.2 million to modernise Australia’s agricultural export systems, improving regulation and service delivery for producers and exporters.
      • $35 million to introduce sensible, technology-based regulation for seafood, meat, live animal and plant exporters.
      • This package will support agricultural exporters to do business quickly and at less cost, providing benefits of at least $236 million over the decade to 2030.
    • A further $317 million extension of the International Freight Assistance Mechanism (IFAM), taking the Government’s total IFAM commitment to $669 million?
    • Finalise free trade agreement (FTA) negotiations with the European Union and United Kingdom and getting the most out of existing agreements.
    • $14.8 million over six years for Dairy Export Assurance Reforms to help the export dairy industry by raising export awareness, reducing red tape and streamlining audit arrangements?
    • Maximise the effectiveness and efficiency of Australia’s overseas agricultural counsellor network?to enhance agricultural exports in key markets.

    Theme 2: Biosecurity

    The Government is committed to safeguarding Australia from exotic pests and diseases which means lower costs for our producers and is critical to our market access.

    Key actions:

    • Around $873 million for biosecurity and export programs in 2020-21, an increase of around 45 per cent since 2012-13.
    • Making new investments to deliver a strong national biosecurity system including towards biosecurity innovation, biosecurity analytics, fruit fly management, pest animal and weed management, Red Imported Fire Ants eradication, and targeting African Swine Fever.
    • Strengthen partnerships with community, industry, states and territories to build awareness and capability
    • Focus on emergency preparedness to ensure fast and effective responses to new pest and disease outbreaks.

    Theme 3: Stewardship

    The Government is ensuring Australian farmers are rewarded for their stewardship of land and water.

    Key actions:

    • $34 million over four years to support and reward stewardship through the Agriculture Biodiversity Stewardship Pilot Package.
    • $36.6 million to maintain the timeliness of environmental assessments and undertake further reforms under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
    • Reforms to empower farmers to diversify their income and earn credits under the $2 billion Climate Solution Fund.
    • Changes to the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) toolkit to allow investment in soil carbon sequestration projects, unlocking farmers’ access to $1.6 billion in ARENA funding.
    • Tax concessions to help farmers build resilience and manage climatic, market and production risks.
    • $1.1 billion over seven years for the National Landcare Program.
    • Eliminating water buy-backs.
    • $4.2 million over two years for four new Indigenous River Ranger Groups?across the Murray-Darling Basin.

    Theme 4: Supply chains

    The Government is ensuring that we have fair, strong and resilient supply chains where everyone is treated fairly and pays their share.

    Key actions:

    • $1.3 billion to develop and implement a new Modern Manufacturing Strategy – including for food and beverages.
    • $50 million for Industry Growth Centres, including Food Innovation Australia Limited - to enable them to assist in implementing the Government’s new Modern Manufacturing Strategy.
    • $107.2 million into the Supply Chain Resilience Initiative which will support projects that address identified supply chain vulnerabilities.
    • Supporting an Australian Competition and Consumer Commission inquiry into the perishable agricultural supply chains.
    • Improve competition and fairness through codes of conduct for Dairy, Wheat Port, Sugar and Horticulture.
    • Showcase Australian products through Country of Origin Labelling.

    Theme 5: Water and Infrastructure

    The Government is supporting Australian farmers, rural and regional communities with infrastructure when and where it is needed.

    Key actions:

    Theme 6: Innovation and Research

    The Government is modernising Australia’s agricultural innovation system to drive improvements in collaboration, commercialisation and uptake to grow productivity and competitiveness.

    Key actions:

    • Delivery of a National Agriculture Innovation Agenda, including a Digital Foundations for Agriculture Strategy, a National Agricultural Innovation Policy Statement and the establishment of Agricultural Innovation Australia to target cross-industry challenges.
    • $86 million for delivery of eight Adoption and Innovation Hubs across the country through the Future Drought Fund.
    • $7.2 million over four years to streamline and modernise the agricultural levies legislation.
    • Investing $83 million in Regional Connectivity Program to improve telecommunications infrastructure and boost connectivity.
    • $300 million to upgrade regional NBN customers to fibre as part of the $4.5 billion network investment plan.
    • Delivery of the first National Fisheries Plan, and establishment of nine Regional Forestry Hubs across Australia.

    Theme 7: Human Capital

    The Government is enabling people and their communities right across the agriculture supply chain with the support, infrastructure, and skills to do their jobs.

    Key actions:

    Last reviewed: 22 October 2020
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