SEGRA is back on the 22–25 October 2018

SEGRA - Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia


'Australia's most credible, independent voice on issues affecting regional Australia'

SEGRA, Australia's premier conference on regional issues, is about assisting regional, rural and remote Australia to source and identify the techniques, skills and issues they need to address to achieve successful economic growth and development. The SEGRA conference, established in 1997, provides a unique opportunity for all sections of the Australian community (rural and urban) to explore the key issues affecting regional, rural and remote Australia and be part of providing positive sustainable outcomes to ensure future prosperity.

Objectives of SEGRA include regions:

SEGRA Strategic Plan

Please click here to view the SEGRA Strategic Plan.

SEGRA Delegate Data


Comments from past delegates and supporters:

The work of SEGRA in maintaining an ongoing, dynamic forum for considering issues critical to regional Australia is to be commended.
State Politician

Thank you for a wonderful conference, it was really great.

— State Government, Queensland

Congratulations on a great conference – one of the best yet.

— Chair, RDA


We had a great time and have had very positive feedback regarding the programs.

— Bush Telegraph, ABC Radio National

Got me thinking beyond my own scope and that enthuses me. Ideas were translated directly. Networking. Economic Development brain in top gear.

— Economic Development Officer

Congratulations on an excellent conference, hope to see you next year.

— Managing Director

The Conference was exceptional and I found it very beneficial to my role as a Member of Parliament.

— Member of Parliament

It was a great conference and I got so much out of it this year!!

— Marketing Manager

I would like to thank you very much for organising a wonderful conference. I gained so much out of it and having been to other conferences this was by far the best as it was relevant to what is happening around us. It also gave me the chance to know that I am not alone in my quest to get things done for regional Australia.

— Economic Development Officer