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Come and meet the people that help make the wool industry thrive. Join the international wool community next month in Adelaide, South Australia, for the 93rd Congress of the International Wool Textile Organisation (IWTO).

The IWTO Congress, hosted this year by Wool Industries Australia (WIA) in conjunction with IWTO, is the annual gathering of the entire wool industry, connecting farm with fashion and attracting the most influential players within the global wool and textile industry. AWI is a proud sponsor of the 2024 congress.

Local and international speakers will present on global consumer trends, wool market intelligence, trade, health and wellness, process innovation, environment, retail trends and education for future generations.

In addition to the three days of the Congress (Monday 15 April to Thursday 18 April), a welcome reception will be held on the Monday evening preceding the Congress. An optional visit to two Merino stud farms (Collinsville and Anlaby) takes place on the Friday following the Congress.

A comprehensive social program includes a formal dinner, welcome reception and cocktail party, BBQ, and tour options for partners. Trade exhibitions and displays will round out the event.

Congress information is available at

Discounted rate for Australian Woolgrowers

A discounted rate of $500 + GST has been negotiated for Australian woolgrowers. If you are a wool levy payer and are interested in attending the Congress, enter your details to register your interest. There is a maximum of 50 places still available.

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