New dates for Hands on Precision Ag Training workshops

The second round of interactive Hands on Precision Agriculture Training workshops is underway across Australia.

The aim of the free workshops is to introduce farmers to precision agriculture (PA) techniques they can use to identify and manage variability, and improve productivity and profitability.

The topics for discussion are specific to each region and were chosen from issues raised by farmers in a 2020 survey.

The first round of workshops held in early 2021 paved the way for farmers to start using some of the PA tools they already have – including mobile devices, computers and machinery-based platforms – and free or low-cost data for yield mapping, remote sensing, soil and pH mapping and in-season monitoring.

The second round of workshops will build on that experience and help participants gain a better understanding of how to use proven tools and techniques to devise strategies for forecasting and addressing variability in yield and profit.

SPAA leads the Grains Research and Development Corporation-funded project, with support from Birchip Cropping Group, Pinion Advisory, the Grower Group Alliance, FarmLink and Coutts J&R.

Workshops will be face-to-face events, unless affected by COVID-19 restrictions.


The Hands on Precision Agriculture Training workshops have been made available with funding from:


Workshop details

Western Australia

Coordinator Michelle Condy
0431 869030


Wednesday 28 July, Yealering 12.30pm-5.30pm
Thursday 29 July, Bruce Rock 1.00pm-5.00pm
Monday 9 August, Kojonup 12.30pm-5.00pm
Tuesday 10 August, Jerramungup 12.30pm-5.00pm
Wednesday 11 August, Lake Grace 1.00pm-5.00pm
Wednesday 15 September, Dandaragan 12.30pm-4.30pm
Thursday 17 September, Ongerup details 11.00am-3.00pm
Monday 20 September, Dalwallinu 12.30pm-4.30pm

Queensland – Webinars

Coordinator Tim Neale


Tuesday 14 September, Border Rivers NSW/Qld – Webinar recording available here
Wednesday 15 September, Western Downs/CQ – Webinar recording available here
Thursday 16 September, Darling Downs/Irrigation – Webinar recording available here
Friday 17 September, Manufacturers (John Deere) – Webinar recording available here
Friday 17 September, Manufacturers (Case IH) – Webinar recording available here
Friday 17 September, Manufacturers (Trimble) – Webinar recording available here


New South Wales

Coordinator Eva Moffitt
0437 189025
Event Flyer


Monday 13 September, Central NSW – Webinar recording available here
Tuesday 14 September, Border Rivers NSW/QLD – Webinar recording available here
Monday 28 February 2022, Warren 9.00am-3.00pmBookings here
Friday 4 March 2022, Griffith 9.00am-3.00pmBookings here
Monday 7 March 2022, Forbes 9.00am-3.00pmBookings here
Wednesday 9 March 2022, Junee – 9.00am-3.00pmBookings here


Coordinator Tom Draffen
0418 304695

All the following workshops are scheduled as face to face events:

Monday 7 March 2022, Yarrawonga 9.00am-3.00pm – SAVE THE DATE
Wednesday 16 February 2022, Inverleigh 9.00am-3.00pm Bookings here
Tuesday 8 March 2022, St Arnaud 9.00am-3.00pmBookings here
Wednesday 9 March 2022, Longerenong 9.00am-3.00pmBookings here
Thursday 10 March 2022, Sea Lake 9.00am-3.00pmBookings here

South Australia

Coordinator Colin Hinze
0427 153969


7 Sept, Cleve 8.45am-3.30pm
8 Sept, Gladstone 8.45am-3.30pm
9 Sept, Balaklava 8.45am-3.30pm
10 Sept, Bordertown 8.45am-3.30pm

  • July 19, 2021 - April 30, 2022
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm