The Australian Rangeland Society organises national conferences for the sharing of the science and practice of land management and associated issues affecting Australian rangelands on a biennial basis. The first conference was held in Broken Hill in July, 1977, setting a precedent for delivering these events at regional centres linked to rangeland areas. Stepping away from this tradition, the twentieth conference was delivered in Canberra in September 2019.
Previous conference proceedings are being progressively loaded onto this website under the Resources tab. Alternatively, conference papers can be accessed through the Global Rangelands portal via this link.
Details of the next conference are yet to be finalised. It will be hosted in Queensland.