COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Updates
Check here for the latest industry news, updates and information regarding the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak.
AusIndustry are providing a series of free webinars in partnership with a range of leading organisations to support businesses through COVID-19.
Read our tips on how to talk to your children about COVID-19 and help to comfort them during this time.
A collection of organic and agricultural resources and information regarding the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak.
Check here for a list of valuable and up-to-date resources in reference to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Due to the recent Coronavirus outbreak, many 2020 events have been postponed or cancelled. Check here for the latest updates.
Organic is Open for Business
Australian Organic members have recently been in touch to let us know they’re still operating business as usual.
Take a look at some of the brands and online stores where you can still get your hands on organic produce.
Qantas & Virgin Australia are offering air freight capacity on repatriation international passenger services to some major cities.
The Federal Liberal and Nationals Government is making temporary changes to visa arrangements to help farmers access the workforce they need during COVID-19.
Minister David Littleproud has welcomed the Federal Government’s Early Childhood Education and Care Relief package.
The Australian Government has launched ‘Jobs Hub’ to support Australian businesses and jobseekers affected by COVID-19.
A new $110 million initiative will back Australia’s agricultural and fisheries sector by helping them
export produce into key overseas markets.
David Littleproud has
welcomed the decision by the government to provide subsidies to Australian businesses to keep our nation’s workers employed.
The Government has announced a $170 million COVID-19 Rescue Package to support medical supply imports and fresh food exports.
A telephone hook-up of agricultural ministers has discussed a range of issues facing the sector during this COVID-19 crisis.
Minister Littleproud has welcomed the nearly $200 million boost for regional and remote aviation as part of Government support during the COVID-19 crisis.
Minister David Littleproud says the Federal Government’s stimulus package would further support people in the outback and remote communities.
The Minister for Agriculture and Emergency Management, David Littleproud confirmed today that livestock saleyards and wool auctions are able to continue.
Minister David Littleproud has written to the Premier of Queensland to call for action to create calm in South West Qld, where thousands of southerners and people from south east Qld have flocked to escape coronavirus.