• We are value-add investors in the regeneration
    of irrigated farmland, water and ecosystem assets.


  • We deliver climate-change
    resilient irrigation farmland and water investments.


  • What matters gets measured: we report our impact
    against targets for improvement.

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Kilter Rural was established in 2004 to deliver profit with impact – investing at scale in the regeneration of farmland, water and environmental protection.

Kilter Rural’s long-term commitment to the delivery of returns with impact was recognised in late 2019 by being awarded Australian Impact Asset Manager of the Year.

By 2050 the world will need to feed 50% more people. Addressing food needs without exacerbating the degradation of natural capital will depend on stabilising the world’s current agricultural footprint and producing more food through the regeneration of existing farmland.

Our purpose is to profitably improve Australian farmland, water and ecosystems at scale and generate long-term, resilient and uncorrelated inflation-protected returns for investors.

Three funds are open to investors: The Murray Darling Basin Balanced Water Fund, Kilter Water Fund and Australian Farmlands Fund.

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With more than $500 million in assets under management, investors can access a proven value-add investment strategy addressing climate-change risk and holds a track record of delivering 9% to 17% p.a. returns*.

*Past performance is not an indicator of future performance


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Fostering strong rural communities

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KAFF Soil Carbon Project Approved

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Menindee Lakes finally filling.

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