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.

Vision

Vision

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.

People

People

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.

Place

Place

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.

Facilities

Facilities

Charles Sturt University has world class agricultural research facilities in a regional location. The AgriPark infrastructure provides the environment for a flourishing ecosystem.

AgriPark News

Bridge Hub Water Challenge Finale

Bridge Hub Water Challenge Finale

Bridge Hub are holding their Water Challenge 2020 Finale and winners announcement (online) on Friday 30 October 2020 at 12:00 noon (AEDT).

Register for the Finale

NEWS / 22 October 2020

Industrial Transformation Research Hubs Grant Applications Closing Soon

Industrial Transformation Research Hubs Grant Applications Closing Soon

Charles Sturt University's AgriPark partners are encouraged to apply for the Industrial Transformation Research Hubs grant scheme.

Applications close at 5:00pm on Wednesday 18 November 2020.

NEWS / 22 October 2020

COVID Challenge $250k funding available

COVID Challenge $250k funding available

Working on a health or wellbeing solution to tackle COVID-19?

NEWS / 2 October 2020