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Next State Conferences

NSW State Conference - January 2017 SA State Conference - May 2017 QLD State Conference - January 2017 VIC State Conference - TBA

NAAE Submission to ACARA

Submission to the Australian Curriculum, Assessment & Reporting Authority (ACARA)      

National Conference

NAAE organises a biennial conference as one of our strategies to achieve the objectives of our association. Responsiblity for hosting the national conference is usually undertaken by each of the different state associations of agricultural educators:


20th biennial conference - January 2018 - Tasmania - Details to be advised closer to the date.


19th biennial conference - January 2016 - Perth to Denmark, Western Australia 'Excellence and Innovation in Agricultural Education'

18th biennial conference - January 2014 - New Zealand (Telford College, Balclutha) - ''Q3 - Quality Agriculture + Quality Education = Quality Outcomes'''

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17th biennial conference  - January, 2012 – South Australia (Australia Science and Maths School, Adelaide) –“Feeding the Future”          

16th biennial conference - January, 2010 – Queensland (University of Queensland, Gatton campus) –“Primary Industries Education: Putting the National Curriculum into Context”

15th biennial conference – January, 2008 – Victoria (Deakin University, Waurn Ponds campus –   “The Changing Climate of Agriculture”

14th biennial conference - January, 2006 - New South Wales (CSIRO / ANU, Canberra) – “Innovation and Technology for Sustainability”

13th biennial conference – January, 2004 – South Australia (Kangaroo Island) – “Sustaining Agriculture through Innovation and Diversification”

12th biennial conference – January, 2002 – Tasmania (University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay campus) – “Educating for a Clean and Green Future”

11th biennial conference – January, 2000 – Western Australia (Trade Winds Hotel, Freemantle) – “Educating for Rural Revival”

Powerpoint Presentation from 2012 Conference Forum