Partner with RiceGrowers' Association of Australia and support one of the noblest and vital professions in the world today.  

Rice production is one of the most important agricultural activities on the planet – more than half the people in the world eat rice at least once a day and in Australia we can produce enough rice annually to feed more than 20 million people, 365 days a year. 

Australian rice growers are recognised as one of the world leaders in sustainable rice production and one of the most proactive agricultural industries in the area of environmental management. Your partnership sends a positive message of support of an essential, responsible industry.

To find out how you can become a partner, call (02) 6953 0433 or email rga@rga.org.au

RGA’s Sponsorship Policy

The RGA encourages the involvement of appropriate community and corporate partnerships in the provision of programs, facilities and events that have mutual benefit.  The RGA seeks to build meaningful relationships with its corporate partners which are reputable organisations whose public image, products and services are consistent with our values and goals.

The RGA’s sponsorship guidelines are to:

  • Discourage arrangements with tobacco related companies, alcohol products or outlets, online dating services and direct competitors in the rice industry.
  • Ensure that the sponsorship arrangement does not conflict with the RGA’s policies or impose conditions that would affect the RGA’s ability to carry out its functions.
  • Ensure that the sponsorship agreement maintains the professional image of all parties.
  • Develop and maintain a positive relationship with our sponsors through regular communication.
  • Reserve the right to accept products for distribution on merit, not because they are free.
  • Ensure that the RGA’s obligations under the sponsorship arrangement are met.
  • Ensure that the sponsorship allocated is spent in the manner for which it was provided.
  • Ensure that no office bearer or member receives any personal benefit because of a sponsorship arrangement.
  • Not explicitly endorse the sponsor or its product through its association.