While Japan’s single largest beef processing plant may be modest in size compared with many in Australia, what it lacks in scale it makes up for in attention to detail, precision and a heavy focus on traceability and food safety. Read the full article on Beef Central here. Article by Jon Condon, 02 September 2017.
Explore Our Tours
We annually schedule agricultural & special interest tours within Australia and all parts of the world.
We develop tailored tour programs for domestic and international industry, government and special interest groups.
We provide individual and group
travel services to all
locations and destinations.
Just thought I’d let you know how much I enjoyed the UK Tour… It was absolutely fantastic, probably the best equestrian tour I’ve ever been on. Our tour leaders were brilliant and the tour travellers themselves were just so inspirational, altogether just a great crew to be with on the tour. Definitely made some friends for life and for future travelling. Can’t thank Quadrant Australia and Horse Deals enough for such a wonderfully organised tour… great job guys.Leanne Horsfall – Equine Tour to UK 2017
After experiencing a wonderful time on a trip of a lifetime… Quadrant are to be congratulated for coordinating such a balanced and informative tour… we enjoyed it so very much… we will recommend Quadrant Australia as an excellent tour operator to all our friends.Meryl and Keith Diprose, Agricultural Tour of Ireland & UK
Past experiences of the capacity of Quadrant Australia to provide comfortable, interesting, educational, well run and well-accommodated tours mean I relish the prospect of another Quadrant trip.Jim Vaughan - A Quadrant regular
The UK Horse Deals trip was amazing. The itinerary included everything on my wishlist and was organised to a very high standard. It exceeded my expectations. I would thoroughly recommend this trip.Denise McPherson - Horse Deals to the UK
I would recommend this trip to anyone, everything equestrian was covered. I saw so much, I learnt so much and I could do it all again tomorrow. I had the best time.Jan Goldner - Horse Deals to the UK
Great group, well organised and a comprehensive overview of tourist and agricultural aspects. All organisation was taken care of by Quadrant which made this a hassle-free experience and a real holiday.Anne and Ian Crosthwaite - UK and Ireland
An overall interesting and educational experience.Scott and Gina Harrington - NAB Indonesian Study tour
Quadrant had all bases covered.
Well run, very flexible, covered a wide variety of topics both technical and also kept those with tourist interests satisfied as well.Sandra and Eric – Farmers Tour of Scandinavia
A marvellous tour with well-chosen gardens. Excellent guides who gave us a great deal of information and a well-integrated group.Caroline Fitzroy – Glorious Gardens
Thanks so much for an amazing 3 weeks. We loved every minute of it and learnt so much. The tour was very well organised and well-exceeded expectations. We were not sure if we would get a glimpse of the real China, however getting into villages to meet with real farming families we were lucky enough to get a very honest perspective of farming life.Paul and Jenny – Farmers Tour of China
Simply outstanding. A wonderful learning experience as we explored a great number of varied visits, gardens, historic properties and delightful scenery.Jim Vaughan – Glorious Gardens
For exceptional good travel advice and assistance and provision of interesting, educational trips.Jim – UK and Ireland 2017
Watching individual high-quality Wagyu carcasses sell for the equivalent of $17,000 Australian left an indelible impression on the Australian Wagyu tour group on the first day of their 2017 study tour to Japan today. Read the full article in Beef Central here. Article by Jon Condon, 31 August 2017.
Almost 40 Australian beef industry stakeholders with an interest in Wagyu cattle leave for Japan out of Sydney this morning, on a two-week study tour designed to further their knowledge and understanding of the Japanese Wagyu supply chain. Read the full article from Beef Central here. Article by Jon Condon, 30 August 2017