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Australian Cotton Conference

6-8 August 2024  Gold Coast

The 2024 Australian Cotton Conference will be held August 6-8, 2024.

The Australian Cotton Conference is an experience not to be missed. The event will bring together new and experienced growers, agronomists and researchers, brands and marketers, students, supply chain partners and industry groups. Together we’ll look at the challenges and opportunities facing cotton, share and learn from one another and listen to some of the world’s best cotton experts – and have a whole lot of fun along the way.

The Committee has begun planning an exciting program for this in-person event which will bring together expert speakers, growers, researchers, innovators and industry representatives from throughout the cotton supply chain. Our website will be updated as more information comes to hand and speakers are confirmed, so please check back regularly.

Registrations open March 1, 2024.

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