The innovation precinct in the heart of the Riverina dedicated to research, curated collaboration and sustainable production.
Where research, collaboration, innovation and sustainability collide. Where international agricultural companies, knowledge-rich agribusinesses, food producers, innovative small-medium enterprises and Charles Sturt University work side-by-side to tackle complex global issues.
Located on Charles Sturt University's Wagga Wagga campus the AgriPark is a key step in the University's long-held vision and commitment to support, facilitate and grow the nation's agricultural sector.
The people who drive innovation to meet industry challenges come from a broad range of disciplines, have exceptional leadership skills and the ability to engage in novel collaboration models.
The combination of the ideal location in the heart of the Riverina, industry leadership, highly regarded researchers and curated partnerships provides the place for partners to test ideas, innovate and solve industry challenges.
Charles Sturt University has world class agricultural research facilities in a regional location. The AgriPark infrastructure provides the environment for a flourishing ecosystem.
Regional Development Australia launch the Riverina Skills Study
The results of the Riverina Skills Study have been revealed and show gaps in the Riverina's job market in areas such as food services, agriculture, health care and science.
NEWS / 12 October 2021
NSW Treasury COVID Challenge 3
Expression of Interest Deadline 5pm AEST, Friday 27 August 2021.
$250k funding grant! Are you, or is someone you know, working on a business with a focus on R&D solutions that could strengthen the entrepreneurship capability of the State for a post-COVID-19 economy? You/they could be eligible for a $250,000 grant.
NEWS / 4 August 2021
Charles Sturt University invites you to the AgriPark Forum on Thursday 29 April 2021 at our Wagga Wagga campus where industry scientists and experts will present on the key topics of Resilience, Security and Opportunity.
NEWS / 12 April 2021