Government Grants, Funding and Scholarships

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NATIONAL NEWS

MAJOR $$ FOR SMALL FARM PROJECTS
Smart Farms will be the principal component of the National Landcare Program administered by the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources. It is made up of three elements:
  • Smart Farming Partnerships—will invest $55m through two rounds of competitive grants into medium to large scale projects to encourage the development, trial and roll-out of innovative tools and farm practices.
  • Smart Farms Small Grants—is a $55m competitive small grants program over several rounds to support the adoption of best practices that improves the management and quality of our natural resources and increases on-farm productivity.
  • Building Landcare Community and Capacity—will invest $24m to support the sharing of knowledge and achievements, and promote community leadership. Deadline 11 January. More? https://www.communitygrants.gov.au/grants/national-landcare-program-smart-farms-small-grants-0

LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WOMEN IN FARMING
Women & Leadership Australia is administering grants of between $3K to $7K to enable women’s participation in leadership development programs. Funding is strictly limited and has to be allocated before 2019. Deadine for EoIs December 7. More? www.wla.edu.au/farmingagriculture

FEMALE-FOCUSED ANGEL INVESTORS
Scale is a female-focused angel investor network that includes men who share the vision of maximizing returns by supporting early stage businesses that value gender-diverse leadership. https://scaleinvestors.com.au/

FOOD/AGRIBUSINESS FOR NEW FUNDING ROUND
Up to $1.5m is offered to support the establishment and/or operation of a Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) export hub, with food and agribusiness being a preferred industry. The minimum grant amount is $150,000. The grant amount will be up to 50 per cent of eligible project costs. The maximum grant period is four years and you must complete your project by 30 June 2022. More? https://www.business.gov.au/smeeh/

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR AG STUDIES
The Rural and Regional Enterprise Scholarships Program improves access to and completion of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) courses and will support up to 1200 undergraduate, postgraduate and Vocational Education and Training students to undertake a STEM course for Certificate IV to PhD courses including Natural and Physical Sciences, Engineering Agriculture, Environmental and Related Studies. Scholarship recipients may receive total scholarship funding up to $18K. A further $500 is available to scholarship recipients to support an internship. The minimum is six months full-time and the maximum is four years full-time (or part-time equivalent). More?  Click here

SHARE YOUR FARM SMARTS
A new initiative is placing Australian farmers in overseas projects where they can share their experience and skill. The Farmers Without Borders program is looking for individuals, partners or groups who have a genuine interest in sharing their knowledge, experience and technical skills. Volunteers don’t need any particular qualifications, as long as they have the confidence to step outside their comfort zone. Volunteer in-country placements are typically three-six weeks, with logistical arrangements like flights and accommodation managed and funded by the program. More? Click here 

JUNIOR LANDCARE GRANTS
Junior Landcare grants of up to $1K are available to Australian primary schools and early learning centres to fund practical projects – such as planting vegetable gardens, enhancing native habitats and recycling. Deadline 23 November. More? Woolworths Junior Landcare Grants

GEOGRAPHIC FUNDS ON OFFER
The National Geographic Society invites applications for its exploration grant. This enables experienced project leaders to carry out research, conservation, education, storytelling or technology projects.  Applications are open to individuals based anywhere except mainland China. Grants are typically worth between USD 10,000 and USD 30,000 each. Deadline 9 January. More? https://www.nationalgeographic.org/grants/grant-opportunities/

INSURANCE ADVICE REBATE
The Managing Farm Risk Programme provides one-off rebates for 50%, up to a maximum of $2 500 (GST exclusive), to prepare and apply for a new insurance policy to assist with drought and other production/market risks, but not for insurance policy premiums. Deadline 31 May 2019. More? 1800 837 857 (toll free) or email mfrp@agriculture.gov.au

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR HORT WOMEN
Hort Innovation and Women & Leadership Australia, with contributions from the Australian Government, are offering leadership development scholarships worth up to $10,941 for women who work in levy-paying horticultural businesses. More? Click here

BIO-SECURITY VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT
The Crawford Fund is seeking EoIs from Australian volunteers to travel to the Lao People’s Democratic Republic to deliver training in integrated pest, disease and weed management, biosecurity and food safety, and workshops for farmers to improve the safe use of pesticides. More? https://www.crawfordfund.org/news/news-know-bugs-want-make-difference-like-travel-overseas-volunteering-opportunities-available-june-2018/

FREE FORUM FOR FOOD FUTURES
Discover hundreds of innovations to revolutionise how we produce food at a free major event, the Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture, 27-28 November at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. Find innovations to: Increase yields; manage energy use; Improve nutritional value; go organic; improve soil health; prepare for climate change; save water; control pests; reduce food losses; automate inputs and use ICT effectively.  Register for free at www.gfiaaustralia.com  and you’ll also have access to environment/protected cropping and precision ag conferences as well as an innovators pavilion, More? www.gfiaaustralia.com  

USEFUL FREE AG-RESOURCE LIBRARY
A free agribusiness-linked resource library is available from the Agribusiness Development Institute, which is also running some MLA and Queensland Government-subsided courses. More? http://www.abdi.com.au/resources

FUNDING FOR CHINA LINKAGES
Agriculture is a priority in the Australia-China Agricultural Cooperation Agreement Program. Funding is offered to assist with international airfares, Australian domestic fares, small daily allowances or conference fees. More? http://www.agriculture.gov.au/market-access-trade/acaca

ARE YOU CO-OP CURIOUS? 
Want to know what’s what about a co-op? You can now take a Farming Together online course – an Australian-first that will help your group understand collaborative business structures. It includes information on governance, financing and member engagement. The course comprises six, 10-minute video lessons with quizzes. While it is designed for agricultural groups, it is relevant for other potential co-ops – such as housing or energy co-ops – anywhere in Australia. Complete the entire course and pass the tests and you receive certification from Farming Together. At www.farmingtogether.com.au>Learn>Online, you’ll find two versions: a simpler ‘how-to’ course preview and the full certification course. Both are currently at no cost. The video lessons are self-paced, you can begin and stop them at any time and each lesson provides access to support resources.

GLOBAL FUNDS FOR AG INNOVATIONS
Funding ranging from $50K to $15m for the development, rigorous testing, and scaling of innovations that improve the lives of the world’s poorest people. Ag-projects especially for smallholders, are favoured. More? https://globalinnovation.fund/our-investments/

EXPORT GRANTS FROM AUSTRADE
AUSTRADE’s Export Market Development Grants reimburse up to 50% of eligible export promotion expenses over $5K if total expenses are at least $15K.  Up to eight grants per eligible applicant.  Ongoing. More? https://www.austrade.gov.au/Australian/Export/Export-Grants

AID FOR SMALLER EXPORTERS
The Australian Government is offering funds to help smaller exporters improve market access across the dairy, eggs, fish, horticultural, grain and meat sectors. More? Package Assisting Small Exporters

RENEWABLE ENERGY OPPORTUNITIES


MAJOR $ FOR AG-ENERGY UPGRADES
Agriculture Victoria’s $30m Agriculture Energy Investment Plan offers grants of up to $50,000 for relevant projects and grants of up to $250,000 (excluding GST) for energy improvements implementing audit recommendations. A further round of grants, of up to $1m
is available for strategic projects that benefit multiple farm businesses and make a positive contribution to the region. More? agriculture.vic.gov.au/agenergy

$3m FOR MICROGRIDS
The Victorian Government is offering $3m for commercial ready, smart, microgrid projects in the Latrobe Valley, including battery storage and new technology solutions using smart systems. Deadline September 17. More? energy.vic.gov.au/microgrids

UNIVERSITY OPENS DOORS TO CLEAN ENERGY
A Clean Energy Accelerator Lab has launched at Southern Cross University, offering free co-working space, mentoring and up to $50K in funding. More? https://energylab.org.au/acceleration

$US100K FOR SUSTAINABIILTY IDEAS
Expo2020 Dubai: Innovation Impact Grant Program – US$100K for novel and innovative susatainability solutions. More? https://www.expo2020dubai.com/en/expo-live/Innovation

POWER TO THE PEOPLE
CSIRO has developed the CSIRO Energise app for Australian households to participate in energy surveys.

GRANTS TO CUT FARM POWER BILLS
Agriculture Victoria offers on-farm grants to farmers to replace energy inefficient equipment, install more energy efficient systems and enable own-generation capacity. Grants are available to eligible primary producers until March 2020 or until funds are fully allocated. More? agriculture.vic.gov.au/agenergy  

RENEWABLE ENERGY FUNDING AVAILABLE
Funding is available for renewable energy projects to bridge the gap between bright ideas and commercialisation. Ongoing. More? https://arena.gov.au/funding/programs/

$30m FOR ENERGY AUDITS
Victorian farmers who have spent more than $8000/year on energy can apply for free on-farm energy assessments under the new $30m Agriculture Energy Investment Plan. Ongoing until March 2020 or until funding is exhausted. More? agriculture.vic.gov.au/agenergy.

TASMANIA


HELP TO BUILD EXPORT MARKETS
Tasmania’s New Market Expansion Program is open to small-and-medium-sized enterprises with a sales turnover of between $300,000 and $20m. Eligible applicants receive a financial rebate to offset the costs of market research and business matching services, promotional activities and materials including advertising, attending trade exhibitions and promotions, assisting with inbound buyers’ visits to Tasmania and travelling to undertake marketing activities. More? trade@stategrowth.tas.gov.au

AID FOR NORTHERN TASMANIA
Entrepreneurs in northern Tasmania can now make use of a new service helping source alternative finance options. More? http://ntdc.org.au/2018/08/17/media-release-investment-attraction-taskforce/

ASSISTANCE FOR FOOD MANUFACTURING
The Advanced Manufacturing and Growth Voucher System covers up to a one-third of the project cost with the applicant to contribute at least two-thirds. Minimum aid is $5K, maximum $10K. Ongoing. More? http://www.stategrowth.tas.gov.au/home/sectors/advanced_manufacturing/advanced_manufacturing_innovation_and_growth_voucher_system

UP TO $1M LOW-INTEREST LOANS
The Tasmanian Department of State Growth is offering low-interest loans of $30K to $1m to Tasmanian farm and agri-food businesses. More? AgriGrowth Loan Scheme

MICRO-LOANS ON OFFER
The Tasmanian Government is offering interest-free loans of up to $3K for people on low incomes who want to start or expand a business. Ongoing. More? https://www.business.tas.gov.au/finances-tax-and-insurance/seeking-finance-and-funding/applying-for-grants/no-interest-micro-business-loans

MOTOR REBATE
The Tasmanian Department of State Growth is offering farmers a 40% rebate on tax for commercial goods vehicles used for agricultural purposes. More? Vehicle Rebates for Farmers

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

PARTNER UP FOR FUNDS
Funding up to $50K for SA manufacturers to develop a partnership with a research service provider to develop a new manufacturing product or process. Ongoing. https://www.business.gov.au/assistance/innovation-voucher-program

COMMERCIALISATION FUNDING ON OFFER
The new SA Early Commercialisation Fund offers up to $500K to commercialise new products and services. It is also available for businesses seeking to relocate to SA. Up to $50K for proof of concept, up to $150K for product development and up to $300K for early commercialisation. Ongoing. More? http://techinsa.com.au/programs-funding/saecf/

FUNDING FOR WASTE STUDIES
The third round of funding for the Trade Waste Initiative – Resource Productivity Assessment Program offers a grant of 50%, to a maximum of $10K (GST exclusive), to help cover the cost of the resource productivity assessment. More? view website

IRRIGATION AID
$240m in total funding will be available through the six-year program to build sustainable irrigation communities and secure water resources for the future in the SA Murray Darling Basin. More? Register your interest 

SA AGRIBUSINESS GROWTH PROGRAM 
The Agribusiness Growth Program from Food South Australia offers business performance/plan reviews and recommendations for improvement. It also includes one-on-one business coaching to $10K with 25% co-contribution. Applicants must be ag/food businesses of 2+ years with turnover of $300K to $1.5m. Ongoing. More? http://foodsouthaustralia.com.au/2015/09/agribusiness-growth-program/

VOUCHERS FOR SA FOOD BUSINESSES
SA-based food manufacturing businesses are eligible for the matched-funding Business Transformation Voucher Program to develop new business models, undertake R&D, training or buying capital equipment to boost efficiency/capability. Applicants must be a financially viable business of 12+ months with most of its business conducted in SA.  More? http://www.statedevelopment.sa.gov.au/industry/manufacturing/manufacturing-programs-and-initiatives/btvp

WESTERN AUSTRALIA 

$300K FOR EXPANDING AG-BUSINESSES IN WA
Value Add Agribusiness Investment Attraction Fund offers grants of up to $300K towards capital expenditure by businesses that invest in expansion, relocation or new value-adding production facilities in regional WA. Grants may be up to 50 per cent of the value of the total investment and funded projects must be completed by 30 June 2020.  More? SmartyGrants application form 

EXPERT FOR A DAY
The WA Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development has launched an expert-for-a-day program. More? https://www.agric.wa.gov.au/news/media-releases/expert-assistance-program-help-food-businesses-reach-potential

WATER REBATE SCHEME
The WA Department of Water is offering help for commercial farmers in a dryland agricultural district receiving less than 600mm average annual rainfall through the Farm Water Rebate Scheme. it is designed to encourage commercial farmers to develop additional farm water supplies. You must first have a Department of Water (WA)-approved farm water auditor visit your farm and complete a farm water audit. More? Farm Water Rebate Scheme.

UP TO $300K for WA PROJECTS
WA’s Royalties for Regions initiative offer two types of grants. Funding ranging from $20,001 to $300,000 is available under the Regional Grants Scheme while up to $20,000 is available under the Community Chest Fund. Ongoing, but subject to regional deadlines. More? http://www.drd.wa.gov.au/projects/Economic-Development/Pages/Regional-Grants-Scheme-and-Community-Chest-Fund.aspx

NEW SOUTH WALES


$200K OFFERED FOR COMPOST PROJECTS
Applications are sought for Organics Market Development grants of up to $200,000 for projects to improve market demand for compost processed from source-separated organics. Deadline 4 pm, 22 November. More? Annie Kavanagh 02 9995 6874.

ORGANICS SCHOLARSHIP
A Suzuki scholarship is being offered to a young farmer under the age of 40in the Tweed-Richmond River regions to convert to certified organic status. Recipient will receive their first year of Certification for free and monthly mentoring by certified organic stallholder at the Lismore Organic Market. More? greengoddessfarm.organic@gmail.com

TRADES SCHOLARSHIP FOR GIRLS
NSW female apprentices in non-traditional trades can apply for the $2K Sarah Lloyd Scholarship Fund, to help with the purchase of tools and other expenses. More? https://www.atel.com.au/supporting-the-community/SLSF

COMPOST GRANTS ON OFFER
The Organics Infrastructure Fund under the NSW EPA’s Waste Less, Recycle More is offering grants of up to $300K for projects that develop new, or expand existing, markets for compost More? organics.recycling@epa.nsw.gov.au

NSW FARMER UPSKILL AID
NSW farmers can take subsidised pre-approved courses through the State Government’s $45m Farm Business Skills Professional Development Program. Or farmers can apply for other professional development activities and claim reimbursement of up to 50% (GST-exclusive) up to $5000/farmer or $9000/farm business. More? www.raa.nsw.gov.au/assistance/professional-development-program

$1.3bn REGIONAL GROWTH FUND
NSW Government has recently announced a $1.3bn Regional Growth Fund. Eligible organisations include local governments, industry and community organisations, as well as regional organisations. More? https://www.nsw.gov.au/improving-nsw/regional-nsw/regional-growth-fund/

ID FOR FARM IMPROVEMENTS
Loans of up to $250,000/project are available through the NSW Rural Assistance Authority’s Farm Innovation Fund to improve permanent farm infrastructure and ensure long-term productivity and sustainable land use. Ongoing More? Farm Innovation Fund

FUNDS FOR NSW REGIONAL PROJECTS 
The NSW Government’s  Regional Solutions is a competitive funding round, requiring 50% matching funds. There is no limit to the amount requested but projects must create the equivalent of at least 10 full-time new jobs in regional NSW within two years of project commencement. More? http://www.jobsfornsw.com.au/how-we-help/support-for-the-regions/regional-solutions

AID FOR NSW FARMER UPSKILL
NSW farmers can take subsidised pre-approved courses through the State Government’s $45m Farm Business Skills Professional Development Program. Or farmers can apply for other professional development activities. Participants can claim reimbursement of up to 50% (GST-exclusive) up to $5000/farmer or $9000/farm business. Ongoing. More? http://www.raa.nsw.gov.au/assistance/professional-development-program

QUEENSLAND

$100K EXPORT GRANTS OPEN
Grants of up to $100,000 available for eligible food businesses ready to export their produce as part of the Growing Queensland’s Food Exports grants program, applications are now open. More? Click HERE.

HELP FOR FOOD START-UPS
Brisbane is seeking food start-ups to participate in new accelerator programs through the eight-week Future Food Brisbane program. More? http://www.futurefoodbrisbane.com.au

$1m REGIONAL PLAN OFFER
A $1m, three-year project to fuel economic growth in the Darling Downs/Maranoa region has been launched. More? Advancing Regional Innovation Program

CO-FUNDING FOR BUSINESSES
The Queensland Business Development Fund offers $125K to $2.5m for co-investment funding in companies with high growth / innovations in emerging industries.  Must be Queensland-based.  Ongoing. More? http://advance.qld.gov.au/industry/business-development-fund.aspx

FARM SUCCESSION PLANNING REBATE
Up to $2500 rebate (up to half of total cost) offered for Queensland farming families to undertake farm succession planning. Deadline 30 June 2019. More? https://www.business.gov.au/assistance/farm-management-grants-qld

UP TO $50K FOR SMEs
Business Growth Fund offers up to $50K in co-funding for SMEs to buy specilised equipment or services. More? https://publications.qld.gov.au/dataset/business-growth-fund

$20K FOR AG-PRENEUR TRAINING
Up to $20K (total 70% of costs) for organisations providing events and activities to encourage entrepreneurship in Queenslanders aged 15-24. Ongoing. More? https://www.business.gov.au/assistance/young-starters-fund

EXPORT HELP
Trade and Investment Queensland is offering mentoring, networking and skills development assistance for export-ready business. Ongoing. More? Consultation and Planning

$2m LOANS FOR QLD START-UPS
Young primary producers in Queensland are being offered start-up loans of up to $2m. The no-fee, low-interest loans are available for terms up to 30 years. To be eligible you must have lived in Queensland for six months and hold 50% purchase equity, or 50% of set-up costs for leasing/sharefarming. Loans subject to funding availability. More? 1800 623 946 or First Start Loan guidelines.

QFF PROJECT FOR AG-RESILIENCE
The Queensland Farmers’ Federation (QFF) will be delivering an Agricultural Recovery and Resilience project as part of the $96.2 million provided in Category D funding in partnership with other industry members. More? See the QFF media release

VICTORIA 

DROUGHT ASSISTANCE
People owning, sharefarming or leasing a primary production business in drought-declared areas, and earn at least half their income from the business can apply for up to $5K matching funding  to pay for stock containment areas, improvements to stock water supply, fodder storage, irrigation systems, feeding systems etc. First in best dressed. More?  https://www.ruralfinance.com.au/industry-programs/on-farm-drought-infrastructure-grant

HELP FOR HOUSEHOLD BILLS
The Country Women’s Association of Victoria is offering drought relief grants of up to $3K to assist with household expenses such as groceries, school, electricity, rates, telephone and emergency dental and medical bills. More? Click here 

DROUGHT GRANTS OFFERED
On-Farm Drought Infrastructure Grants are a new program to help farmers improve drought preparedness and management. More? www.agriculture.vic.gov.au/dryseasons

$3K LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP
Work in agriculture and interested in developing your leadership potential? Agriculture Victoria has a $3K scholarship available for someone to take part in the 2019 Leadership Great South Coast program. More? www.lgsc.org.au

GRANTS FOR FOOD PROCESSORS
The Victorian Government is offering grants of up to $25K to food processors as a matched funding initiative to reformulate existing products or create a new range with reduced salt. Deadline December 31 or until funds allocated. More? https://fialdev.net/web/building-healthier-food/funding?utm_source=VicHealth%20Update&utm_campaign=VH%20Update%2020%20June%202018&utm_medium=Email

UP TO $200K FOR PICK MY PROJECT 
Victorian projects can receive $20K to $200K for ideas that will improve local communities. Pick My Project, worth a total $30m, is seeking ideas that bring people together.  More? Pick My Project 

ARTISANAL AG GETS $2m
A $2m fund has been launched in Victoria under a new artisanal agriculture and premium food program. http://agriculture.vic.gov.au/agriculture/food-and-fibre-industries/artisanal-agriculture

UP TO $200K IN SUSTAINABILTY GRANTS
Grants of up to $200K and low interest loans are offered for investment-ready social enterprises to expand operations with a focus on projects that create new jobs & training opportunities, respond to climate change, avoid and recover waste and improve resource efficiency. Ongoing. More? http://www.sustainability.vic.gov.au/services-and-advice/funding/social-impact-investment-for-sustainability-program

UP TO $400K FOR WORKING WITH GOVERNMENT
Between $50K and $400K is offered for organisations working with or within the Victorian public sector on innovative new approaches to service delivery. Ongoing. More? https://www.vic.gov.au/publicsectorinnovation/public-sector-innovation-fund.html

SKILL UP GRANTS FOR MANUFACTURING
Up to $500K to help Victorian businesses introduce new manufacturing technologies and processes that generate new jobs and growth. More? http://www.business.vic.gov.au/support-for-your-business/future-industries/future-industries-manufacturing-program

UP TO $50K IN GAS GRANTS
Gas Efficiency Grants offering up to $50,000. Deadline 28 September 2018, or earlier if funding is fully allocated. More? http://www.sustainability.vic.gov.au/gas

RABBIT CONTROL GRANTS
Victorian Rabbit Action Network Community Action Grants offer $41,000 to support community rabbit-control activities. Local groups can now apply for grants of between $2K and $5K. More? www.rabbitaction.com

BIKE SAFETY REBATE
The Victorian Government is offering a $6m quad bike safety rebate scheme; either up to $1200 (GST exempt) to buy a side-by-side vehicle or a small utility vehicle (see conditions) or up to $600 (GST exempt) for approved protection devices. Both deals are for purchases post-22 July 2016. The rebate is available to farmers who live and operate a business in Victoria, have no more than 19 full-time employees, own a quad bike for work purposes and have farming as their main source of income. Farmers who are owner-operators with no employees are eligible to apply. More? www.bequadsafe.com.au

BUSINESS FUNDING ON OFFER
The Victorian Government offers funded assistance to help businesses strategically identify, plan and meet goals. It provides 50% of total project cost up, to $7.5K, to develop a business development plan and/or 75% of total project cost, up to $4K, to develop a business strategic review. Ongoing. More? http://www.business.vic.gov.au/support-for-your-business/grants-and-assistance/grow-your-business/business-development-plan-and-strategic-review

POWER TO THE PRODUCERS/PROCESSORS
Small and medium sized businesses can apply for energy assessment funding under the new Sustainability Victoria Business – Boosting Productivity program Energy Assessment Grants for businesses with less than 200 employees, spending more than $20K/year on energy bills. Also on offer are Industry Capability Grants of up to $150K. Deadline September 2018. More? Click here 

STRONGER REGIONAL COMMUNITIES
Victoria’s Stronger Regional Communities invests in community-led initiatives and to drive change in regional and rural towns with grants of up to $50,000. Eligible applicants include businesses and for-profit organisations, local councils and not-for-profit community organisations. More? http://www.rdv.vic.gov.au/regional-jobs-and-infrastructure-fund/stronger-regional-communities/srcp-guidelines

GRANTS FOR CLIMATE CHANGE
Applications are now open for the Victorian Government’s $3.8m Climate Change Innovation Grants,  providing between $50,000 and $300,000 to help local communities work to reduce emissions, adapt to climate change and grow the industries and businesses that will position Victoria for a low carbon future. More? https://www.climatechange.vic.gov.au/virtual-centre-for-climate-change-innovation/virtual-centre-for-climate-change-innovation

CLASSIFIEDS

INTERNS ON OFFER: Companies seeking advice on food processing/packaging/design can apply for an intern from the University of Melbourne and the Australian Institute of Packaging. Students from the Master of Food and Packaging Innovation are available for an industry internship in 2018, needing to undertake 120 to 200 hours of work as part of their internship. These hours can be taken over weeks or months. More? info@aipack.com.au

Good luck with any applications you make.  Thank you for your interest.

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