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Federal Budget Submissions

Federal Budget Submissions

  • Preview National Farmers’ Federation Pre-Budget Submission 2017-18 (PDF 876.1 kb)
    Submitted to Treasury on 18 January, 2017

    This submission outlines 6 policy pillars that require Government action to ensure that the Australian entire agribusiness sector can live up to its potential and become the bedrock of food security in Asia. It can be viewed as NFF’s call to action and roadmap for success for Australian agriculture. We, and our membership hope that the entire Australian Parliament can support the roadmap in what we believe is the national interest.

  • Preview NFF 2016 Federal Budget: Submission (PDF 2.3 Mb)
    Submitted to Australian Government on 22 February, 2016

    The NFF's 2016 Federal Budget submission calls on the Australian Government to continue its investment in agriculture. The submission outlines the 10 key priority areas for agriculture and the NFF under the budget.

  • Preview 2015 Federal Budget Submission (PDF 2.5 Mb)
    Submitted to The Treasury on 3 February, 2015

    The NFF's 2015 Federal Budget Submission calls on the Government to reprioritise agriculture in Australia's national agenda. The submission outlines the following priorities: Agricultural Competitiveness,Trade and Market Access, Climate Policy, Water and NRM, People in Agriculture, Energy, Infrastructure, Fuel Tax Credits Scheme, RD&E and refining Drought Policy

  • Preview 2014 Federal Budget Submission (PDF 1.2 Mb)
    Submitted to Australian Government on 5 March, 2014

    The NFF's 2014 Federal Budget submission calls on the Government to repriotise agriculture in Australia's national agenda. The submission outlines the following priorities: Agricultural Competitiveness, Trade and Market Access, National Food Brand Strategy, Red Tape, Drought Policy, NRM, National Wild Dog Action Plan, Pest Management, RD&E, Telecommunications, Infrastructure, Capital Gains Tax, Fuel Tax Credit Scheme and People In Agriculture.

  • Preview 2013 Federal Budget Submission (PDF 3.6 Mb)
    Submitted to Australian Government on 30 January, 2013

    The NFF's 2013 Federal Budget submission calls on the Government to repriotise agriculture in Australia's national agenda. The submission outlines the four key priority areas for agriculture and the NFF under the budget: farm business and productivity, education and training, natural resource management and government-led initiatives like the National Food Plan.

  • 2012 Federal Budget Submission (PDF 5.2 Mb)
    Submitted to Australian Government on 17 January, 2012

    The NFF's 2012 Federal Budget submission calls on the Government to continue its investment in agriculture, despite a predicted tough budget in which the Government wishes to return Australia's fiscal position to surplus. The submission outlines the 10 key priority areas for agriculture and the NFF under the budget.

  • Preview 2011 Federal Budget Submission (PDF 949.2 kb)
    Submitted to Australian Government on 22 February, 2011

    The NFF's 2011 Federal Budget Submission, released 22 February 2011, draws together the threads necessary for a national response to flood and cyclone ravaged communities, but also addresses the perennial problems that plague the nation.

  • Preview 2010 Federal Budget Submission (PDF 939.0 kb)
    Submitted to Australian Government on 10 January, 2010

    The NFF's 2010 Federal Budget Submission, released January 2010, outlines the capacity building areas that require continued or new Government funding in order to grow future prosperity.

  • Preview 2009 Federal Budget Submission (PDF 1.8 Mb)
    Submitted to Australian Government on 19 January, 2009

    The NFF’s 2009 Federal Budget Submission, released on 19 January 2009, has been devised as a plan for tackling the dual international issues of the global financial crisis and the world food shortage - covering Drought Reform,
    Research and Development, Data and Information Services, Water, The Environment, Taxation, Social Security, Education, Infrastructure, and Quarantine.

  • Preview 2008 Federal Budget Submission (PDF 504.7 kb)
    Submitted to Australian Government on 21 January, 2008

    The NFF's 21 January 2008 submission to the Australian Government presses the case for responsible capacity building investment in Australia - including climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies, a wholistic transport infrastructure overhaul, education and training initiatives, and focused engagement on international trade opportunities - under the 2008-09 Federal Budget.

  • Preview 2007 Federal Budget Submission (PDF 143.8 kb)
    Submitted to Australian Government on 20 November, 2006

    The NFF's 20 November 2006 submission to the Australian Government presses the case for a 'sustainable' farming commitment across five key pillars - Capacity Building (including Drought Preparedness), The Environment, Supply Chain Efficiency, Labour Force Issues and Biosecurity - under the 2006-07 Federal Budget.

  • Preview 2006 Federal Budget Submission (PDF 69.3 kb)
    Submitted to Australian Government on 31 January, 2006

    On 31 January 2006, the NFF lodged its submission to the Australian Government for three key budgetary pillars - Capital Gains Tax reform, a major upgrading of regional transport infrastructure and recognition of increasing role farmers play in achieving environmental outcomes on behalf of all Australians.

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