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Tasmanian Review 2020

6 May 2020 |Australian Farmland Values

Tasmanian Review 2020

6 May 2020 |Australian Farmland Values
Tasmanian farmland values recovered in 2019

Overview for Tasmania:

  • The median price per hectare increased by 11.1 per cent after a decline of five per cent in 2018.
  • The median price of $10,930/ha in 2019 was a new record high.
  • The number of transactions declined by 5.8 per cent in 2019 to 228.
  • An estimated 29,004 hectares of farmland was traded in 2019, 4.3 per cent less than 2018.

To view the performance of other states visit the Australian Farmland Values page. If you would like a copy of the National Australian Farmland Values report, please complete our online feedback form.

Launch event webinar

View our 60 minute launch event webinar hosted by Leigh Radford (former Head of ABC Rural). Our panel of industry experts discuss the changes and trends in farmland value and reflect on the relative stability of Australian agriculture. You'll hear from Alex Gartmann and Matt Ough (Rural Bank) together with Tom Russo (General Manager Elders Real Estate).

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Cover of the National Farmland Values Report 2020.

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