2020 Annual General Meeting2020 Annual General Meeting
The SRA Annual General Meeting 2020 was held as a virtual meeting via an online platform known as Lumi on Friday 11 December 2020.
Below are the results.
Watch the video of the online AGM.
Your participation in SRA is important to us. We encourage all growers and millers to become Members of SRA so that we can work together to make your research investment count.
Simply complete and return the SRA Membership Application Form to become a member of SRA.
If you have any questions regarding SRA membership, or would like to receive a membership pack in the mail, call (07) 3331 3300.
Impact PathwayImpact Pathway
SRA is in the process of formalising an “impact pathway” framework across the research portfolio.
The below documents provide more information.
Legislative EnvironmentLegislative Environment
Sugar Research Australia Limited is a public company limited by guarantee operating under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) and the rules set out in our Constitution.
SRA was declared as the industry services body for the Australian sugar industry on 5 August 2013 after passage of the following legislation by the Commonwealth Parliament on 28 June 2013:
- Sugar Research and Development Services Act 2013
- Sugar Research and Development Services (Consequential Amendments and Transitional Provisions) Act 2013
- Sugar Research and Development Services (Consequential Amendments – Excise) Act 2013
In our role as the industry services body, SRA is entitled to receive the levies paid by grower and milling businesses, and matching funds from the Commonwealth Government.
SRA also operates under a Statutory Funding Contract between SRA and the Commonwealth Government.
Statutory LevyStatutory Levy
SRA is funded by a statutory levy – 70 cents per tonne of cane, with both grower and milling businesses each contributing 35 cents per tonne of cane.