Welcome to the Agripark – a one-of-a-kind development in Australia.
This is a place where research, collaboration, innovation, and sustainability collide. Where international agricultural companies, knowledge-rich agribusinesses, food producers, innovative small-medium enterprises and a university can work side-by-side to tackle complex global issues.
Positioned in Wagga Wagga, in the heart of the vibrant Riverina region, the AgriPark is part of a powerful existing agricultural network, and by design fosters innovation, entrepreneurship, synergy and collaboration through co-location.
When you access the AgriPark you become part of a unique ecosystem – a powerful network of symbiotic relationships growing in an environment of collaboration and knowledge transfer.
Through co-location and innovative design, the ecosystem creates lasting social and commercial benefits for its tenants and the wider regional community, as well as regional, national and global agrifood industries.
The AgriPark offers tenants an array of options.
Whether you require office space, laboratories, glasshouses, warehousing or room for mixed usage, our goal is to see you connected, inspired and well-equipped. We can assist you to find the right fit from existing infrastructure or work with you to custom-build facilities to support your individual needs.
A gateway to world leading researchers, producers and markets, the AgriPark is located on CSU's Wagga Campus, halfway between Melbourne and Sydney, in the heart of the Riverina.
News from the Riverina
Australian grape and wine tech receives $9 million partnership boost
The five-year strategic partnership agreement between the NWGIC and Wine Australia will develop new technologies and provide practical information to growers and winemakers to increase profitability and competitiveness, as well as improve environmental sustainability.
NEWS / 2 August 2018
Charles Sturt University welcomes Syngenta to the AgriPark
Syngenta announced the launch of their Australian Seedcare Institute at the International Seed Federation conference in Brisbane overnight, which was attended by Professor Mary Kelly, CSU’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research, Development & Industry).
The Wagga Wagga Seedcare Institute will join Syngenta’s global network of 14 facilities, leveraging world-class expertise and technology.
NEWS / 6 June 2018
Australasian Grain Science Conference, 10-13 September 2018
Grain science from paddock to plate will be in the spotlight at an international conference in the Riverina this spring.
The 68th Australasian Grain Science Conference will be held at Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Wagga Wagga from Monday 10 September to Wednesday 13 September 2018.
NEWS / 6 June 2018