With Covid-19 restrictions easing, Kilter Rural has been pleased to resume tours of the Future Farming Landscapes and the Australian Farmlands Funds Landscapes.
In March, we safely resumed tours of the landscapes with a two-day tour of the FFL and AFF landscapes with the Kilter Board of Directors. Earlier this month, Cullen and Angus conducted a tour of the landscapes with Victorian National Party MP Steph Ryan. This week a group from ANZ private Bank were taken on a tour of the Australian Farmlands Funds landscapes. Cullen Gunn (CEO) and Angus Ingram (Investment Manager AFF) conducted the tour from Melbourne, with Brendan Watson on hand to provide an overview of the redevelopment work undertaken on the properties after acquisition (picture).
The resumption of tours of our landscapes is a welcome development of post-covid life. Showcasing the effects that Kilter has already had on the regions and explaining the future aims for further development is a privilege and something we view as an essential part of the Kilter Rural story.
The enthusiasm from our visitors for seeing the changes to the landscapes and the value created for investors, local communities and the environment is something we look forward to seeing more of over the coming months.
We are currently organising two further tours of the landscapes in May and June. We will soon be contacting eligible investors to gauge further interest in tours of the Australian Farmlands Funds Landscapes.
To find out more contact a member of our team
Photo caption: Brendan Watson, Kilter Rural Manager of Property and Development, explaining the Goulburn-Murray Water Channel system to the group from ANZ on Monday 19th April.