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The 2019 Dairy Australia Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Friday 29 November at Lardner Park near Warragul in Gippsland.

The AGM is an opportunity for Dairy Australia to update levy payers on key activities and investments in the past year and features an optional tour of our investment in the DairyFeedbase project at nearby Ellinbank Dairy Research Centre.

Venue: Evans Room at Lardner Park, 155 Burnt Store Road, Lardner, Victoria 3821.


9.00am - Registrations and Gippsland showcase open

10.00am - AGM starts

1.00pm - BBQ lunch ends

2.45pm - Ellinbank tour ends (optional)

Click here to RSVP by Friday 22 November.

For more information contact our Memberline 1800 004 377 or email membership@dairyaustralia.com.au.

Questions on notice can be submitted in advance by Tuesday 26 November via agm@dairyaustralia.com.au.

This year's AGM will be live streamed. The link will be made available on this page a few days before the meeting.

Past AGMs

Below you can find key documents and speeches of past AGM's.

  • Copy Link AGM 2017/18

    AGM 2017/18

    The 2018 Dairy Australia Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on Friday, 30 November 2018 in Melbourne.

    The AGM was an opportunity for farmers to connect and network with other members and Dairy Australia team members. Presentations by Mr Jeff Odgers (Chair of Dairy Australia) and Mr David Nation (Managing Director of Dairy Australia) acknowledged the achievements of 2017/18 and set the agenda for the year ahead. Members were invited to ask questions at the meeting.

    Official items of business in 2018 included:

    • Financial Statements and Reports
    • Change to the Constitution
    • Election of Directors

    Dairy Australia members voted to elect three candidates to the board of the organisation. James Mann, David Lord and Roseanne Healy were elected to fill the director vacancies, each of the three roles requiring unique skills and expertise.

    The new appointments strengthen Dairy Australia’s focus on all of the supply chain, processing, markets, food and sustainability. David Lord and Roseanne Healy replace retiring directors John McKillop and David Mallinson.


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