While Australian farmland as an investment does not a huge amount of publicity, there are some excellent opportunities in Australia. First consider an overview of the appreciation of Australian farmland:
Furthermore, consider this article we published some time back entitled Arable Farmland and the Case for Agriculture.As noted, China has seen it’s arable land decrease rapidly over the years, and as a result, will have to import increasingly large quantities of agricultural commodities such as wheat. Australia is well placed to meet this demand, and indeed, wheat exports from Australia are poised to increase 13pc in 2013, and we’d wager that a lot of this is going to China. Yes, Australian agriculture and farmland may be a backdoor China Play!