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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News

6th Dec 16

2016 Rural Press Club & Agribusiness Australia Christmas Party

The 2016 Rural Press Club and Agribusiness Australia Christmas Party was held at the ABC Southbank studios on Thursday, 1 December.

17th Oct 16

Photo Gallery: is trade a dirty word as US Election looms?

At the Rural Press Club’s October Breakfast, Scott Shearer of the Bockorny Group, provided a US perspective into:

  •  the US election campaign and what it could mean for the future of trade and agricultural policy in the US; and
  • what is over the horizon, and what the implications are for the Australian livestock industry.

Events

  • 16th Feb 17 Brisbane

    Feb Lunch: Simon Crean - Australia’s place in the global livestock trade

    Join us to hear from The Hon. Simon Crean how Australia’s livestock exporters are navigating the challenges of remaining a globally competitive trade supporting livestock producers, while protecting the industry’s social licence and continuing to be the world leader in animal welfare and supply chain control.

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