A STORY OF GROWTH

Lawson purchased its first property, Kealandi in Moree in 2012, and over the next five years Lawson acquired a further 9 aggregated properties resulting in a land holding of over 100,000 hectares. We are now one of Australia’s largest grain growers.

In 2017, Lawson changed its focus from property acquisition to driving performance across the business. The latest technology, practices, process and expertise is adopted to optimise productivity.

The investment in people, environments and best practice provides the foundation for Lawson to continue to evolve and be at the forefront of the cropping industry in Australia. Lawson remains grounded as the business recognises that the company exists from the investments from the pensions of everyday people. Lawson is owned by investors in Macquarie Crop Partners (MCP). MCP is managed on behalf of its investors by the Macquarie Group.

Chronology of Lawson Grains

We have been acquiring properties since 2012 to reach our current combined scale of land holding:

Lawson
March

2010

Lawson Grains established  
January

2012

Purchased Kealandi View Property
March

2012

Purchased Hakea View Property
Best Practice
February

2013

Purchased Gunnadoo View Property
April - June

2013

Purchased Borambil View Property
February

2014

Purchased Uah View Property
February

2014

Purchased Walyoo View Property
February

2014

Purchased Wongan View Property
May

2014

Purchased Grassmere View Property
Lawson
 

2015

Albury Office opens  
February

2016

Purchased Jerry South View Property
March

2017

Purchased St Leonards View Property