Beef Australia 2024 – Call for member promotional material

Angus Australia are proud supporters of Beef Australia 2024, taking place in Rockhampton, Queensland from May 6th to 10th 2024. 

Beef Australia is a celebration of all facets of the Australian beef industry and Angus Australia will be involved during this world class event across a number of areas. 

As part of this Angus Australia will have a trade stand in the Durack Pavilion E1-E3 and the World Angus Forum 2025 will be directly opposite at E46 in the Exhibition Hall with the, with staff available on both stands for consultation.

Angus Australia would like to give members the opportunity to provide material to be inserted in to the promotional bags which will be distributed from the trade display over the period of the event. 

Members are therefore invited to submit 300 of the following items for inclusion in the bags: 

1 small promotional item (stubby holder, branded pen, magnet, sticker, ruler or similar).  PROMOTIONAL ITEMS ARE RECOMMEND OVER BROCHURES


1 x A4 OR A5 or DL single or double sided size promotional leaflet/flyer

Should you wish to submit an item, please contact Robyn Brazier on or Ph: 02 6773 4600 to confirm your participation. 

Once we have received confirmation that you will be submitting an item, we will provide you with a mailing label and delivery instructions to send direct to Beef Australia. Please DO NOT send to the Angus Australia office. Any items sent to the office will be returned.


With more large scale operations seeking out Angus genetics to complement their breeding operations and drive further genetic improvement, marketability and profitability, the Angus Australia Beef Australia 2024 seminar will take a deep dive into how Angus genetics are being utilised across these operations in traditional bos indicus areas, as well as focusing on how the use of Angus genetics in these operations is improving productivity and profitability.

Joining the seminar will be Ben Noller from Palgrove Pastoral, Troy Setter from Consolidated Pastoral Co and Ian McLean from Bush AgriBusiness. READ MORE