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EXCELLENT WET SEASON

With 108,500 head of cattle and experience management team means the portfolio is cash flow position in year one

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LOW SOVEREIGN RISK

Jurisdiction with close proximity to key markets

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EXPOSURE

To ongoing northern Australia development and emerging opportunities

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ESG

Including carbon farming potential

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INVESTMENT SCALE

An entry point to participate in the supply response to forecast unprecedented demand for Australian protein

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DIVERSIFICATION & FLEXIBILITY

With access to key northern export markets and southern markets

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HIGHLY LIQUID

Farmland market

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WALK IN WALK OUT

With strong existing management capability

The Australian Protein
Supply opportunity

Australian cattle production: a gateway to Asia

The Australian beef cattle herd is approximately 24 million head nationally. The industry is geared towards export markets, with approximately 70% of production exported to over 100 countries. Australia is the second largest beef exporter in the world, accounting for 16% of world trade.

Top Global Beef Exporters:

International Beef Market
& Consumption Trends

The global ‘mega-trends’ of increasing populations and middle-class incomes has resulted in the growth in the Australian beef production industry in recent years and provides an extremely favourable outlook for the years ahead. Significant beef consumption growth is forecast to be in Asia where Australia enjoys global competitive advantages, including close proximity (freight efficiency) and favourable trade agreements that provide significant decreases in, or elimination of, tariffs. Australia also enjoys a reputation as a producer of high quality and safe produce grown in clean environmental conditions.

Northern Australia Development

Commitment to development and government investment

The Australian beef cattle herd is approximately 24 million head nationally. The industry is geared towards export markets, with approximately 70% of production exported to over 100 countries. Australia is the second largest beef exporter in the world, accounting for 16% of world trade.

$600M

Delivering the Northern Australia Roads Programme to upgrade high priority roads essential to the movement of people and freight and supporting economic development in the north.

$5B

Establishing the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) with a mandate to provide economic stimulus to northern Australian industries, including agriculture.

$93.5M

For research and development focused on agriculture and water resources through Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO.

$100M

Delivering the Northern Australia Beef Roads Programme to upgrade key roads essential for transporting cattle to improve the reliability, productivity and resilience of cattle supply chains by reducing freight costs and strengthening market links.

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