Welcome to AgriGaTe Australia

Managing Director Peter Askew pictured in the parliament house launch

Managing Director Peter Askew pictured in the parliament house launch

Focused on bringing back rural and regional prosperity.

AgriGate Australia was launched in the late 2016 at the Australian Federal parliament house in Canberra. We were recognised for our leadership in driving forward Australia’s next $100 Billion dollar industry - Agriculture.

Through over 25 years of international business experience, AgriGate Australia has a key focus on accelerating exports of premium Australian food to the world using innovative technology and business processes to enable faster and wider access to the world for our farmers in Australia.

What we do? 

AgriGate is an exporter and a facilitator for export of premium beef, lamb, dairy and exotic fruit and veg. We utilise technology that enables real-time traceability of the product, ensuring transparency, efficiency and quality in Agri-business. By using more efficient supply chains, we aim to improve profitability at the farmgate by increasing consumer confidence in the quality of Australian products, benefitting Australia’s agriculture and rural industries. Our capabilities come with a purpose; to allow Australia’s farm businesses to run profitably.

How we do it?

AgriGate Australia has built a distributed ledger technology to enable end-to-end tracking of perishable products. This allows us to provide real-time quality reports to key stakeholders in the supply chain. The tracking system is directed towards solving problems relating to counterfeiting and providing transparency at each stage of the supply chain.


The risks taken by regional Australians ought to be rewarded. At AgriGate, we support this initiative by keeping profits local.

We are a team of business professionals with over 25 years of international business experience who are committed to using our skills to improve the lives of others. Through our projects, we aim to give back to society and create outcomes that benefit those who need it most, from disadvantaged kids to Indigenous communities, to our struggling farmers.

Industry support


Interview with Chef Mark LaBrooy