the voice of
Australian Agritech

We’re creating a prosperous Australia by enabling a world-class Agritech ecosystem.

Connect | Promote | Advance

We are driving connection, collaboration and advocacy to advance the Agritech sector.



AusAgritech Association has made our 2022 Federal Election Statement available to the public. 

The CEO's
message to members

Hear from our new CEO, Tracey Martin, who discusses the exciting things to come for the Australian Agritech Association.

We are speaking directly to and collaborating with Agritech companies, corporates, research institutions and Government about what is needed for a successful future for the Australian Agritech sector.

By supporting us, you give profile to and support innovations from an emerging and essential industry for Australia’s future.” 


Nov 2021

The Australian Agritech industry is thriving, and the AusAgritech Association has a growing network of 150+ members

We offer our members a number of benefits, including the opportunity to host their own events, marketing and promotional support, enabling their connecting and networking with industry partners and more. We also strive for progress in promoting regional transformation, strengthening communities, furthering our commitment social responsibility, environmental sustainability and longevity.


Building a vibrant ecosystem

There is a highly engaged network of Agritech organisations that already exist in Australia, and AusAgritech is giving a voice and advancing the profile of this national sector that is contributing to the sustainability, digitilisation, climate and food resilience of Australia.

Fostering connection, community and engagement

We're connecting the community of Agritech innovators, farmers, investor groups, government regulators, researchers, industry bodies and interested public to catalyse profitable innovation.

Encouraging practical solutions

We are action and initiative led, and we care about practical solutions and shovel-ready initiatives that benefit farmers and producers, as well as other users of Agritech as well as simultaneously drive progress in promoting regional transformation, strengthening communities, furthering our commitment social responsibility, environmental sustainability and longevity.

Advocating for the recognition of Agritech as a sector

AusAgritech is Australia's peak body for Agritech nationally. We are member-led and advocate on behalf of the sector by forming mutually-beneficial relationships with key representatives in government, corporate, agrifood tech and the agrifood supply chain ecosystem.

Join our growing Slack community of 800+ members

In this space, we aim to foster connection, conversation and growth. You’ll find regular information on engagement updates, fun opportunities to connect and the first news and event information. Plus, you may find your next business partner or collaboration opportunity.

Policy and Engagement

We work closely with our members, government, corporates, research institutions and industry to speak on behalf of the Agritech sector to help accelerate innovation, collaboration and enable the growth of Agritech in Australia, for prosperous future for all Australians.

Take a look at our current developments below:

In the lead up to and during the 2022 Federal Election, the Australian Agritech Association Inc. (AusAgritech) will be seeking a commitment from political parties for $100M investment over 5 years to fund a series of projects that will enhance and accelerate the agritech sector, and realise a potential $40Bn per annum value accretion to the Australian economy.

View the entire AusAgritech 2022 Federal Election Statement here

AusAgritech were thrilled to announce in November 2021 that Centre for Entrepreneurial Agri-Technology (CEAT) have come on board as founding members for the association. 


At this time, Tracey Martin (CEO, AusAgritech), Andrew Coppin (Chair, AusAgritech) and Owen Atkin (Director, CEAT) began discussions as to how the collaboration between CEAT and AusAgritech could forge closer links between Agritech organisations and the research capacity of Australia's universities. 

CEAT and AusAgritech could work together to forge closer links between agri-tech companies and the research capacity of Australia’s universities. Also a part of the discussion was how the ANU could work with AusAgritech to identify the regulatory settings needed to support and stimulate a vibrant agri-tech industry in Australia and beyond. 


Keep an eye out for upcoming events in 2022 which aim to directly address these issues. 


CEAT is supporting AusAgritech as a Foundation Member; this reflects our shared goal of fostering a world-class agri-tech industry and ecosystem in Australia.

In light of the federal government’s recent commitment to work with agritech industry leaders through the National Centre for Digital Agriculture, the Australian Agritech Association (AusAgritech) calls on political parties to deliver on the objectives outlined in their 2022 Election Statement.

Read the entire announcement here

What's next on the calendar?

Take a look at the upcoming events within the Agritech ecosystem