Since 1839, Elders has been a force of resilience in an unforgiving landscape and climate, playing an important role in the establishment of agriculture across the nation.
We’re proud to be considered more than just a business by our clients. To them – and maybe you – Elders’ people are an integral part of rural and regional communities.
There is more to Australian agribusiness than delivering a product, checking a crop or fetching a good price in the saleyard. Business is personal because the livelihood of our clients depends on their success on-farm. That’s a big responsibility for us, something we don’t take lightly. Which is why we invest heavily in the best people, latest innovation and information, and more than ever, the communities in which we work. After 180 years, Elders is looking to the future of agriculture and agricultural communities by continuing to advocate for the health of the industry and promote vitality within regional communities.
At your gate, by your side, Elders is a constant in a world of change.
Elders, always in your corner.
Elders Streaky Bay
Proud sponsors of the West Coast Hawks Football and Netball Club for 20 years. Branch staff have actively supported the club, taking on volunteer roles, providing gift vouchers and merchandise. They have won A Grade Football premierships in 2001, 2003, 2006, 2009-10-11, 2013–14 & 2019.
Proud sponsors of the Boxwood Hill Footbal club for over 20 years. The club does not officially have a town and covers the Boxwood Hill, Green Range, Gairdner, and Bremer Bay areas. The team has won 9 premierships since sponsorship began, 6 of those consecutively.
Elders Real Estate Naracoorte are passionate about giving back to the community in various ways. Staff at the branch have donated blood and plasma at the local town hall for use at hospitals around the country.
“Community and our family, they are one in the same. We wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for them”
– Don & Kelly White
“I can’t remember when we didn’t have Elders in our household – they’ve always been part of the furniture. Not just in work, but across the community and local area. Elders have been part of everything we do,”
– Nick & Kate Wadlow
“Dad’s approach to farming and his willingness to change things that weren’t working are part of the reason I wanted to come back to the farm,”
– David Lehmann
“Our dam was built in 1968. That’s the last time it was dry, and now you can stand in it again.”
– John Howard
“It’s good to know that in dealing with Elders, I’m dealing with a business that supports Australian agriculture. We buy Australian, we support Australian.”
– Nathan Stevens