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Australian Farmland Values

Understanding farming’s most valuable asset is important to everyone in agribusiness, especially Australia’s farmers. 

Australian Farmland Values 2024

This report looks at the trends in farmland values in 2023 from a national, state and local level.

Understanding these trends is vital for making informed decisions about your farming business’ biggest asset.

By analysing data for every farmland transaction in this period, the report provides insights on how lower commodity prices, drier seasonal conditions and higher interest rates have impacted the value of farmland in 2023.

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View other Farmland Values reports

  • Australian Farmland Values Report 2023
    Australian agriculture enjoyed an outstanding year in 2022. This translated into farmland values maintaining their strong growth momentum. 
  • Australian Farmland Values Report 2022
    In 2021, the growth in Australian farmland values accelerated. 

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