What is WoolPoll?

Every three years AWI is required to conduct a poll, asking levy payers to determine the levy rate to be paid for industry R&D and Marketing (RD&M) activities for the next three years.

The poll is run in accordance with the Wool Services Privatisation (Wool Levy Poll) Regulations 2003 and is overseen by an independent panel of woolgrowers – the WoolPoll Panel.

AWI’s operations and activities for the following three years are then driven by the WoolPoll outcome, which will be reflected in AWI’s 2016/17 to 2018/19 Strategic Plan.

Why vote?

WoolPoll is the levy payers’ opportunity to directly influence the future funding of AWI.

Your voting entitlement

Every Australian woolgrower who has paid wool levies totalling $100 or more in the past three financial years is an eligible levy payer entitled to vote at WoolPoll. If you have not received your voting entitlement letter by 31 August, please call 1800 113 373.


WoolPoll Panel: Will Roberts
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WoolPoll Panel: Will Roberts

WoolPoll Panel: Will Roberts

Panel Chair / QLD

WoolPoll Panel: Bindi Murray
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WoolPoll Panel: Bindi Murray

WoolPoll Panel: Bindi Murray

WA

WoolPoll Panel: Robert Ingram
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WoolPoll Panel: Robert Ingram

WoolPoll Panel: Robert Ingram

NSW

WoolPoll Panel: Richard Halliday
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WoolPoll Panel: Richard Halliday

WoolPoll Panel: Richard Halliday

SA

WoolPoll Panel: Georgina Wallace
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WoolPoll Panel: Georgina Wallace

WoolPoll Panel: Georgina Wallace

TAS

WoolPoll Panel: Sydney Lawrie
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WoolPoll Panel: Sydney Lawrie

WoolPoll Panel: Sydney Lawrie

SA

WoolPoll Panel: Adele Offley
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WoolPoll Panel: Adele Offley

WoolPoll Panel: Adele Offley

NSW

WoolPoll Panel: Ian Feldtmann
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WoolPoll Panel: Ian Feldtmann

WoolPoll Panel: Ian Feldtmann

VIC