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Come and say G'day to Western Local Land Services at Agfair in Broken Hill

Landholders wanting to be informed on how they can increase productivity and profitability are encouraged to seek out Western Local Land Services at Agfair in Broken Hill next month.

Western Local Land Services will be one of the expected 300 exhibitors at this year’s Agfair, which will be held on Friday, 4 May and Saturday, 5 May and will offer landholders and community members information on:

  • funding and partnership opportunities
  • upcoming events in the Western region
  • natural resource management
  • agricultural production
  • biosecurity and emergency management.

Western Local Land Services is also keen to hear from landholders and community members regarding any issues or areas they believe need greater resourcing, along with areas of opportunity.

Western Local Land Services Operations Manager, Andrew Hull is looking forward to interacting with landholders, stakeholders and community members over the two-days.

“I know both personally and from a staff point of view we really enjoy these opportunities to mix with so many of our customers and people in similar industries,” Mr Hull said.

“Firstly, it allows us to promote our services and upcoming opportunities which has a positive flow-on effect for landholders, communities and the environment, but it also gives them the opportunity to provide feedback.

“This first-hand information is invaluable to ensuring we are offering the services our landholders and communities need most.”

Agfair will be held at the Broken Hill Racecourse on 4 and 5 May.

For further information regarding Western Local Land Services’ involvement with Agfair, visit the Events tab on our website or contact Western Local Land Services Officer, Mary Camilleri on 0429 049 386.


Media contact:
Charlie Whiteley, Western Local Land Services, 0428 679 974.