CHINA’S explosive arrival as a major customer for Australian beef and live cattle exports will be the focus of a fascinating beef industry study tour visiting the ‘Sleeping Dragon’ during May.
The 12-day tour, with the option of a five-day extension at the end, will provide a deep immersion into the Chinese beef and livestock industry, its rich culture and heritage, and the colossal opportunity it presents for the Australian beef industry. Stakeholders considering joining the tour should make contact by close of business on Friday to avoid disappointment.
The tour will feature a carefully-constructed itinerary providing insight across the entire red meat supply chain – from prehistoric wet markets to gleaming western style supermarkets, feedlots to processing and value-adding facilities. Other forms of agriculture including dairy and aquaculture will also be scrutinised.
Along the way, tour participants will have ample time to see many of China’s best known tourist attractions, including the Great Wall, Tianmen Square, the Terracotta soldiers and other destinations.
Accessible via this link is a detailed daily itinerary that provides a full account of what’s in store during the tour.
Each destination has been carefully selected using our deep industry contacts to provide as much interest, information and insight to tour participants as possible, while still providing a most enjoyable travel experience.
As outlined in this detailed tour itinerary and booking document, the core 12-day tour will cost A$8250 per person (twin share basis, add $895 for single supplement). The six-day tour extension will cost $3750 per person (twin share basis).
- International Economy Air with Qantas
- All domestic train & air travel, domestic modern coach transport
- Accommodation 4-5 star hotels with western breakfasts
- English speaking guide, Beef Central tour host
- Most meals included
- Tips to drivers & guides
- Tax deductable for primary producers
More detailed questions will be referred to our professional tour managers.
Earliest possible bookings are advised, as the level of interest shown suggests the tour will quickly be fully subscribed.
Click this link to access the full itinerary.