QFF engages in a broad range of economic, social, environmental and regional issues of strategic importance to the productivity, sustainability and growth of the agricultural sector. QFF’s mission is to secure a strong and sustainable future for Queensland primary producers by representing the common interests of our member organisations.
Through QFF, rural industry resources are pooled to ensure powerful representation and effective strategy development on important issues. QFF unites its membership through a Council of members that sets the strategic direction and overarching policy, with this forum acting as the primary mechanism for member participation. The Council selects an executive board that is responsible for corporate governance.
Since its inception in 1992, QFF has earned a formidable reputation as a leader in sectoral policy development and driving change to improve the operating environment for Queensland’s farmers. QFF is recognised as a non-partisan organisation that works effectively with all levels and sides of government. QFF is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential and respected advocacy groups in Queensland.