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How can we be of assistance?

If you would like to compare Farm Insurance rates, to find out whether you qualify - or simply need some advice relating to the free service we provide, please click here to initiate your enquiry.

Alternatively, Farm Insurance also welcomes all feedback and suggestions in relation to this website.

If your enquiry is not related to a quote, please use our live online help to ensure that we can assist you promptly.

Alternatively you can write to us at the following address;

PO Box 1183
Palm Beach,
Queensland, Australia 4221

Our registered office address is 43 Larch Street Tallebudgera, Qld Australia 4228

Australian Credit Licensing Information

This website is owned and operated by Clark Family Pty Ltd (as Trustee for the Clark Family Trust) 43 Larch Street Tallebudgera QLD 4228, A.C.N. 010281008, authorised credit representative of Saccasan Pty Ltd, Australian Credit License 386297. Visit the ASIC website for additional licensing information.


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Life insurers pay out $4 billion in 2011
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Direct life insurance up but credit insurance flat
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NSW Insurance broker suspended
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