The New England Agtech Cluster


The Cluster partners with industry, investors, universities, government organisations, incubators and start-up hubs to facilitate growth in the agtech and agribusiness innovation sector.

Our members are primarily agri-innovators and agtech companies looking for growth opportunities.

The focus areas of the Cluster are business development, testing new markets (domestically and internationally), new products and services, new R&D, investment opportunities and potential investors.

Because we have common challenges, suppliers and often similar or the same customers, we look to support each other with resources, information sharing, ideas, learning materials, opportunities for funding and shared training.



The Jobs for NSW Agtech cluster pilot was established July 2017 to form place-based industry led clusters to enhance economic performance and job creation. The INAG.TECH Cluster is in a unique position to support the growth of the agtech ecosystem across Australia. New England has a diversity of start-up and scaling businesses, as well as supporting organisations and natural endowments which create an opportunity for regional economic growth and innovation.

Our Cluster


To enable innovative agribusiness to collaborate and succeed by creating an engaged thought leading agtech community as our economies transition.


INAG.Tech is a global agri-innovation cluster enabling businesses to scale and prosper. The objectives of the Cluster are to take care of the cluster members’ interests, facilitate innovation and knowledge sharing and thereby act as a change agent. The Cluster is developing to include RDCs, CSIRO, NSW DPI, Universities, Incubators and the broader startup ecosystem


Building trust - working collaboratively with industry, government, academia and community to find agtech challenges and opportunities


Building an industry led cluster which provides value to the global agtech community. Creating value from agtech that is restorative, regenerative and sustainable, and does no harm.