This year, the third annual Daily Telegraph Bush Summit was held online for the first time on Friday 29th October in Sydney. The event brought together community leaders, farmers, industry bodies, and policy makers to discuss crucial economic, social and political issues for regional communities in NSW.
Hosted by The Daily Telegraph Editor, Ben English, the Bush Summit 2021 covered four key themes of irrigation, population, regeneration and disruption. The event included keynote addresses from Prime Minister Scott Morrison, and featured an extensive guest list with Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce, NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet, State and Federal Opposition Leaders Chris Minns and Anthony Albanese, Atlassian CEO Mike Cannon-Brookes, former Prime Minister Tony Abbott, and NSW Farmer President James Jackson amongst other prominent business leaders in Australia.
Gravity Media facilitated the Bush Summit in our studio at the Production Centre in Sydney and provided a complete solution with studio floor and control room crew for the important 6-hour event, which was livestreamed to a national audience on The Daily Telegraph website.
The 9-metre LED wall in the studio provided a dynamic background with virtual guests from around Australia and abroad, joining a series of panel discussions about the importance of trade in regional communities, and the impact of the pandemic. The event culminated in the formation of a communique to the NSW state government, a list of actions that are vital to the improvement of living in the bush.
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