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Review of the NSW Rice Vesting Proclamat

The NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) is seeking feedback on the statutory rice vesting arrangements in NSW.
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What’s this about?

Deputy Premier John Barilaro has requested a review as to whether rice vesting continues to be in the best interests of the NSW rice industry.

Rice vesting is established through the Rice Marketing Act 1983 with a key objective of delivering rice export premiums to rice growers. The Act establishes the Rice Marketing Board for the state of NSW authority to regulate NSW rice marketing arrangements.

Rice vesting is established by government proclamation and is for a specified period. The current proclamation period expires on 30 June 2022.

The Deputy Premier’s request for a review is consistent with the statutory review requirements of the Act.

In addition to this, the provisions of the Subordinate Legislation Act 1989 require that no proclamation last longer than five years without review and a public benefit case be made for its renewal. This review is the 6th review of rice vesting in NSW.

Have your say

Information sessions will be available:

  • online
  • in regional locations.

Dates, times and locations for these regional events will be updated on this page as bookings are made.

As part of the review process, the NSW Government will also consult with other relevant parties as deemed necessary throughout the course of the review.

Have your say by Sunday 15 August 2021.

Formal submission

10 March 2021 to 15 August 2021

Address: DPI Insights & Industry Analysis, Locked Bag 21, Orange NSW 2800


10 March 2021 to 15 August 2021

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