Become a Member of WoolProducers Australia

WPA is the national voice on behalf of producers, advocating their interests to both the Federal Government and internationally and providing a strong, unified voice that enables woolgrowers to determine policy and drive change in their industry.

As a member of WoolProducers, you will have the benefit of being a part of a National organisation and will be kept up to date on the latest Australian and International issues impacting on your industry.

Your annual membership will let you:

  • Stand for the WoolProducers Australia Board;
  • Vote on Board elections;
  • Communicate directly to WoolProducers Australia on national policy issues;
  • Receive regular updates from WoolProducers Australia;
  • Receive the WoolProducers Australia newsletter direct to your email account;
  • Receive executive summaries of board meetings

 

Membership is based on one membership per individual (or per PIC) and equates to one vote per membership. The cost of membership is $100.00 + GST annually.

 

 


Did you know that the membership fee is waived for producers who are already a member of a 
State Farming Organisation?

 

Become a member today and help shape the future of the Australian Wool Industry.

Please fill in the form below, or download a copy of the form here and post to us.

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Payment Options

Please send your cheque or money order for the amount of $110 (inc GST) to WoolProducers Australia or if you wish to pay by direct debit our account details are below.

WoolProducers Australia
Commonwealth Bank
Account Number: 10135238
BSB: 062 901

Submission to the Senate Select Committee on Financial Technology and Regulatory Technology

FinTech, RegTech and AgTech provide substantial opportunities for Australia’s wool industry through digital and financial innovations that could lead to transformational efficiencies for businesses throughout the wool industry pipeline. WoolProducers supports the opportunities outlined in the issues paper for Australia to prepare for and take advantage of potential benefits that can be achieved through opportunistic approaches to development of these technologies. These opportunities may be either incremental or transformational in nature, and will require sufficient support so that industry can reap the rewards of positive innovation in X-Tech.

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WoolProducers AGM – New director welcomed

The WoolProducers AGM was held on 14 November, 2019 where new independent director, Mrs Stacey Lugsdin, was welcomed to the WoolProducers board of directors. Mrs Lugsdin is a woolgrower from Hay, NSW and has completed both the Australian Institute of Company Directors and Australian Rural Leadership programs.

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