Welcome to the Rural Press Club, Queensland's leading agribusiness network.

If Queensland agriculture is your interest, the Rural Press Club (RPC) of Queensland is interested in you.

RPC Queensland is a dynamic association of rural media, public relations, agriculture, business and government groups.

It's the essential forum to expand your professional networks, reach people of influence and outrun the herd on agricultural news, people and trends.

Rub shoulders with the influencers in Queensland agriculture at the Club’s monthly events in Brisbane and around the State. Leave with fresh ideas and new connections.

These popular monthly functions are a highlight of the Club’s calendar.

They feature engaging expert speakers who put the spotlight on the important topics that matter to the people and industries of rural Queensland.

The Club also supports and promotes the profession of rural journalism through its annual rural media awards, Rural Journalism Hall of Fame and other initiatives.

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7th Jun 16

IFAJ Exposure-4-Development tour of agriculture in China

Queensland journalists who are financial members of the Rural Press Club are invited to nominate for a spot on the 5th Annual IFAJ Exposure-4-Development tour of agriculture in China to be held from 23 – 30 September 2016. Nominations to the ACAJ close on 1 July.



4th Jun 16

2016 Clarions another chance for Qld rural journos to shine

The Rural Press Club is sponsoring the rural journalism category of the 2016 Queensland Clarion Awards organised by the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA). The awards are now open.


  • 22nd Jul 16 Brisbane

    July Lunch - Keeping a ‘Futureye’ on consumer demands for food producers

    Consumer interest in food means that agriculture has to answer more questions than ever before about how it delivers our food supply. Yet the level of trust has been dropping with consumers. It’s now critical that the sector identifies and manages contentious issues more effectively to win a social licence.

    Join us for our July lunch to hear Katherine Teh-White, Managing Director of international consultancy Futureye on her innovative approach to resolving some of the contentious issues facing modern agriculture.

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