Growing together

2022 Australian Almond Conference

The 2022 Australian Almond Conference will be a special event for the industry. We are excited to confirm that for the first time we will be staging the Conference at the Adelaide Convention Centre right in the heart of Adelaide.

  • Date and time

    10 October 2022 (3 days)

  • Location

    Adelaide Convention Centre

About the conference

Growing together

It has been almost four years since the Almond Board of Australia last staged our industry-wide conference and a lot has happened in the interim. Despite the challenges of a global pandemic, Australian almonds have evolved into a powerhouse industry that has attracted significant investment from off-shore investors.

The ABA, in conjunction with Hort Innovation, has almost 30 research and development programs dedicated to addressing key issues on farm, doing more with less and promoting the benefits of consuming a handful of almonds every day.

The aim of the Conference in 2022 will be bringing together as many stakeholders as possible by delivering a Conference program that educates, facilitates, collaborates and celebrates on a wide range of issues from farm gate to plate.

A new interactive program that will provide growers with greater access to expert speakers than ever before is being prepared. There will be a number of new innovations including an alternative Spouses Program that promises an alternative Conference experience beyond the Convention Centre. It recognises that growing almonds is a partnership that starts at home and the Conference should be an event that has something for everyone.

We will also celebrate those that have contributed significantly to the industry and come together to launch an industry wide mental health support network that will be a first for horticulture in Australia.

Event sponsors
David DollThe Almond Doctor
About the location

Adelaide Convention Centre

The ACC is positioned in the heart of Adelaide’s Riverbank Precinct, just 15 minutes’ drive from the Adelaide International Airport. The Riverbank Precinct is where the city’s cultural, sporting, education, medical, conference and entertainment zones merge, helping make Adelaide Australia’s Convention City.

Fresh from a $397M redevelopment, the Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC) is one of the world’s most modern, flexible and technologically advanced venues. In addition to its modern facilities, the Centre is known for its creative menus, expert service and innovative technologies.