06 October 2023

Join us at our Tri-State Regional Forums

Citrus Australia’s Regional Forums will bring updates and insights to industry members across the Murray Valley, Riverland and Riverina this October.

The three-stop roadshow begins in Mildura on 16 October, before moving to Loxton on 17 October. The final Regional Forum will be held in Griffith on the morning of 19 October, with a dedicated Juice Industry Forum following that afternoon.

Guest speakers across the three days include Dr Andrew Beattie of Western Sydney University, who will discuss the biology of Huanglongbing (HLB).

Fruit quality and post-harvest will be the focus of a presentation from Dr John Golding of the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries, while Wayne Prowse of Fresh Intelligence Consulting will deliver an overview of global citrus trade patterns.

The Juice Industry Forum will include a presentation from Hunt & Hunt Lawyers’ Andrew Rule on ‘Navigating supply contracts’, while Dr Emma Beckett of Nutrition Research Australia will discuss the emerging evidence supporting citrus fruit and juice in the Australian diet.

Citrus Australia staff will provide updates on biosecurity, market development and production.

The forums are free to attend for all industry members. Registrations are encouraged.

Murray Valley 
Monday 16 October
Mildura Golf Club
1.30pm for 2pm start

Tuesday 17 October 
Loxton Research Centre
9.30am for 10am start

Thursday 19 October   
Griffith Leagues Club
9.30am for 10am start

Juice Industry Forum
Thursday 19 October   
Griffith Leagues Club
1.30pm start


To register, send an email to office@citrusaustralia.com.au

List your name, company name and which forums you will be attending, along with any dietary requirements.

Please include the location(s) of the forum you wish to attend in the email subject line (Example: Murray Valley Forum).

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