Farming’s “aerotropolis” opportunity
$20 billion is being committed to infrastructure surrounding Sydney’s second airport at Badgerys Creek, in what’s described as a significant boost for the farming sector.
Once operational by 2026, agricultural produce from the region will be able to be sent anywhere in the world within 36 hours.
New South Wales Farmers is questioning why about a dozen intensive agribusinesses weren’t invited to the Aerotropolis Investor Forum.
Rural reporter Eddie Summerfield caught up with New South Wales Farmers Chief Economist Ash Salardini:
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