- This article is about a designation of land in Australia. For the community in Ohio, see Broadacre, Ohio, for the development proposed by Frank Lloyd Wright, see Broadacre City. It is not to be confused with Broadacres.
- oilseeds - canola, sunflowers
- winter and summer cereals - wheat, barley, oats, triticale, sorghum, maize, millets
- pulses - lupins, chickpeas, faba beans, field peas, mung beans, soybeans, lentils
- sugar cane
Within Australia today,[when?] these crops are farmed across more than 200,000 km².
Broadacre is defined also as land parcels greater than 4,000 m² and certain land-use criteria for all government land designated for release and future urban zoned land.
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