We want to see more land, farmed more regeneratively & organically, producing healthier food, for more people around Australia! 

ORICoop is working to preserve the legacy, transition and land ownership of diverse organic & biodynamic farms across Australia.  With this intention – ORICoop is keen to hear from existing organic farmers, retiring landowners and absent landholders that have access to farmland, that they want to see better utilised, retained or transitioned over time to organic farm management.

It could be a 10 acre block (with access to water).   It could be a 1000acre certified organic farm.  It could be nearby a city, near a rural or regional town across Australia.  We are working with strategic partners, that have keen & experienced people looking for more land, and for opportunities to grow more food, and see land be better utilised & to improve over time.  We want to see land be farmed to it’s highest & best use, and mitigate the continuing exit of Australian families owning farmland.  ORICoop will work alongside you, to enable a long term and beneficial outcome of farmland fully utilised, delivering fair returns that don’t cost the earth!

We are interested in bringing together like minded  investors and landholders with the objective of matching investment opportunities in the high demand organic agriculture sector with farm operators wishing to expand, diversify, retire or semi retire, cease active farming or deal with other transition outcomes.   The Australian Organic industry is currently experiencing unprecedented growth & demand, driven by a discerning consumer in both Australia and overseas, as consumer values place a higher value on healthy, safe and nutritious food produced in a way that preserves our environment, & softens the ecological footprint for future generations.

There is potential for share farm opportunities, leasehold, or if your family is considering leaving a legacy that keeps the land farmed organically for life.  We are interested in enabling these transition pathways, with our specialist farm management teams, and advisory where you the owner, are kept fully informed on the progress & journey of the farmland.

If you are interested in a confidential discussion around your family farming business – complete the property submission form below or contact us directly to discuss further details.

Key farmland considerations include:-

  • Location
  • Size
  • Security
  • Market Access
  • Water Security
  • Farm Management
  • Organically Certified

Farmland details ….…

This is an OriCoop initiative designed to enhance and develop the organic & biodynamic industry. OriCoop does not receive a fee for making introductions for its members and we do not recommend or warrant investments. Investors, existing businesses and landholders must make their own evaluation and investigation of the suitability of the arrangements.