Existing Research

Progress reports

Once you commence a research project, it’s important that you report back on progress.

Scheduled payments depend on the annual progress report being assessed as satisfactory by the AgriFutures Australia Program Manager. Reports much be submitted by the agreed reporting date, whether the milestones have been reached or not.

A user guide for submitting progress reports can be downloaded from our online database management system, Clarity.

Final deliverable

Prior to the final milestone, you will need to discuss with the AgriFutures Australia Program Manager what form your final deliverable will take.

It must be submitted via our online database management system, Clarity by the completion date of the project.

To assist you to prepare your final deliverable, please use the templates provided.

Research communication templates

Final report template

We look forward to sharing your research findings - to ensure your AgriFutures Australia funded research hits the mark, use the AgriFutures Australia Final Report Template to format your work before submitting via Clarity.


Project summary template

The aim of a project summary is to share project details and highlights of your research in a simple format. It may be read by people without expertise in the field of study. Use the headings as a guide to highlight project elements and submit your summary via Clarity.


Clarity user guide: Submitting an annual progress report

Annual progress reports are important to ensure research projects are meeting project objectives. Follow these steps to submit your report via Clarity.


Clarity user guide: Submitting a final deliverable

Your final report must be uploaded against your project in Clarity. Before submitting your report to AgriFutures Australia please ensure that it has been peer reviewed and professionally edited. Follow these steps to submit your report via Clarity.


Video 101

Demand for video continues to grow, and creating great video content doesn’t need to be a chore and it doesn’t need a blockbuster budget. A smartphone or laptop webcam is all you need to tell a simple and effective story about your project.


Photography 101

Taking great photos with your smartphone is simple. Use this handy guide to help take great photos to share your project highlights. Included is a list of photo do's and don'ts, snapshot of the AgriFutures Australia photography style and tips to ensure your photos always hit the mark.