QRAA board to visit Bundaberg

THE Queensland Rural Adjustment Authority (QRAA) board will tour the Bundaberg region from tomorrow until Friday to visit customer properties and see first-hand the effect its programs have had on local primary producers.

The tour will incorporate visits to five businesses from industries such as beef, sugarcane, peanuts, fruit and aquaculture, who together have received more than $1.07 million in assistance from QRAA.

QRAA CEO Colin Holden said the tour provided a great opportunity for board members to speak one-on-one with customers and to see the impact of QRAA's assistance programs.

“QRAA is very proud to be able to assist primary producers in improving the productivity, profitability and sustainability of their enterprises,” Mr Holden said.

“The Bundaberg region has such a diverse economy, allowing the board an opportunity to hear from a variety of industry representatives and see the results of the assistance provided by QRAA.”

QRAA's Bundaberg client liaison officer Mark Barrett is available to help customers in the Bundaberg region.

For further information about the QRAA's programs and services phone Free call 1800 623 946 or visit www.qraa.qld.gov.au.

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