BetterBusiness loan 

This loan can help fund your company's growth or finance a business initiative and offers the flexibility of fixed or variable interest rates.

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Farm Management Deposits

A tax-effective investment that allows primary producers to set aside pre-tax income as a cash reserve for leaner seasons.

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Finance lease options

Lease the farm equipment or business vehicle you need with no upfront deposit and flexible terms to match your cash flow requirements.

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Leasing, lending & finance

Grow your farm operation or machinery fleet with loan options to suit your needs.

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Merchant services

Whether you have a business in town, on a farm or you’re on the road, taking payments with our wide range of flexible merchants solution is easy, with 3G or broadband internet connectivity.

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Insurance & risk management

Risk is part of every business - talk to us about how you can protect your business with our range of insurance products.

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International & foreign exchange

Modern business knows no borders. If you’re selling quality Australian produce or running a business from a regional centre, our comprehensive range of services helps you do business anywhere in the world.

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Banking & cards        

Transaction and savings accounts that suit regional or agribusiness, from health, to retail to cropping and running livestock; new or established, big or small.

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Short, medium and long term investments to help manage cash flow efficiently, finance business expansion and build wealth for regional and agribusinesses. 

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Latest Agribusiness webcasts

April 2021

Watch the latest Agribusiness Webcast where leading industry and agri subject matter experts discuss agri innovation and adapting to survive.

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November 2020

The panel discuss how the agribusiness sector and the economy as a whole are faring at the moment; as well as barriers to realising the current agri boom, and how CommBank can help customers overcome them.

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September 2020

CommBank specialists discuss the impact and the outlook for the agribusiness sector as the nation begins to recover from the health and economic crisis that the coronavirus has triggered.

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Industry insights

Economic insights

Take a look at the latest commodities update from our Director Agri Commodities Strategy, Tobin Gorey.

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Other insights

Local and global business insights on future trends and technology

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Case studies


KAPCO is a coop of Indigenous-owned pastoral stations, focused on enabling our Traditional Owners to further engage in the economy.

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Mayura Station

When most people think about full-blood, prime Wagyu beef, they think of Japan, but some of the very best Wagyu is produced by CommBank customer Scott De Bruin at his South Australia property Mayura.

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Australia’s first agri Sustainability Linked Loan with beef producer Stockyard is driving enhanced leadership in social outcomes.

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Macadamias Australia

Growing macadamias is a long-term commitment and a major investment. As CommBank customer Janelle Gerry says, if you’re in, you’re all in.

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Craig Clifford with one of the ships they're building


The brainchild of an entrepreneurial Tassie-based fisherman, Incat builds the world’s fastest, most environmentally sustainable ships.

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Elaine and her team

Flourish Plants

With the support of CommBank’s Agribusiness team, business owner Elaine Duncan uses automation to improve productivity and invest in the future of her company, Flourish Plants.

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Sheriden Williams

Evan and Sheriden Williams

Agriculture-specific technology is producing new commercial results and growth opportunities for customers and the industry.

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The Price family

Price Family

The Price family places a strong emphasis on soil health, good groundcover and building a healthy ecosystem.

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The new Amata shed

Mai Wiru Regional Stores

There is much work to be done in ensuring Aboriginal people in remote communities have access to healthy, affordable food every day.

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Hale River Holdings

Husband-and-wife team Tim and Emily Edmunds approach their business, Hale River Holdings, by first understanding the land, then reinvesting in it for future generations.

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Workers at Hussey and Co

Hussey and Co.

While coronavirus has seen the food service market decline sharply, Jeremy Haw says it’s been a blessing of sorts, giving him a moment to catch his breath after years of strong growth, and allowing him to think about where his next opportunity might come from.

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Mark and Merridee Schilling in front of agricultural machine

Schilling and Co. 

Yorke Peninsula farmers Mark and Merridee Schilling have looked to business diversification as a way to secure their family’s future, by creating a number of successful offshoots to their cropping operation, which they can choose to scale up or down, or sell as it suits them.

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Jon van Grinsven's team on their premises

Jon van Grinsven

When eat-in dining was taken off the menu due to coronavirus, Queensland restaurateur Jon van Grinsven had to work fast to re-think his business approach – and he was so successful that his new take-away option will be kept even when his restaurants re-open.


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Children participating in outdoor education activity

Outdoor Education Group

Outdoor Education Group (OEG) runs about 300 programs for 50,000 students at schools across Australia. When coronavirus hit, almost every booking was cancelled or postponed, leaving the business with no work for staff and no income to pay them ahead of the Federal Government’s JobKeeper scheme payments.

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Piccolo staff in front of kombi van

Piccolo Family

The Piccolo family of Griffith run a café by day and a fine dining restaurant by night, using produce and products from the local region. Or at least they did, before coronavirus.

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Dean Grant sitting in front of premises

Urban Hand Sanitiser

Publican and craft brewer Dean Grant called in 32 years’ worth of favours to keep his business running and staff employed in the face of coronavirus, switching from beer to hand sanitiser.

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Are you ready to be part of Australia’s economic recovery and progression? Search and apply for Regional and Agribusiness opportunities now. 

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