Information on Hort Innovation, our publications and resources for delivery partners

Hort Innovation is committed to keeping members and stakeholders up-to-date about activities in the Australian horticulture sector and news on levy industries.

That’s why we publish Hortlink, an online magazine with quarterly in-depth updates of investments in levy industries; Growing Innovation, a monthly e-newsletter; and Grower Intel, which provides industry-specific email alerts as and when they are needed. You can register for communications at our Communications registration form.

On this page you can also find resource material such as Hort Innovation’s corporate publications, an information brochure and some handy guides.

If you are a delivery partner, head to the Delivery partner portal on this site where there are resources to assist you with producing materials for your projects.


Annual Report 2017/18
View online PDF, 5 MB
Annual Report 2016/17
View online PDF, 6 MB
Strategic Plan 2016
View online PDF, 7 MB
Annual Report 2015/16
View online PDF, 9 MB
Information Brochure
View online PDF, 4 MB

Keeping industry informed


Want to know how your levy is being put to use? Hortlink delivers a detailed overview of your levy in action. The publication is packed with essential, easy-to-read info, including: details of Hort Innovation’s new, ongoing and recently completed R&D projects for each levy industry, with results, resources, final-report summaries; summaries of recent levy-funded marketing activity and results, as well as trade initiatives; grower profiles, linking you to men and women who are adopting R&D, trying new things in their businesses, or just keen to share their thoughts and opinions; and a look at Hort Innovation’s strategic co-investment funds.

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2018, Edition 2

Growing Innovation

Hort Innovation’s e-newsletter, Growing Innovation, is published every month. It features industry-based articles and valuable information for growers and those involved in the Australian horticulture sector. It’s quick and easy to sign up – register at the Communications registration.