Nick Cranna | Colliers International | Melbourne CBD

Nick Cranna


National Director | Valuation & Advisory Services | Agribusiness

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Professional Summary

Nick has specialist knowledge in the valuation of complex Rural and Agribusiness assets across Australia. He commenced working with Colliers International in 2007 in Adelaide and moved to Melbourne in 2014 to grow the Victorian division. Nick has specialist knowledge in the valuation of the Southern Murray Darling Basin water markets, Wine Industry, Horticulture, Forestry, Dairy and leased agricultural assets.   



Nick has completed work for following clients over his career: Belvino Investments, QWIL Investments, Hancock Agricultural Investment Group,  Westchester, ACE Dairy Company and New Forest Asset Management. 


Bachelor of Business Property (Valuation)

Memberships & Involvements



Nick has completed work for the following types of clients:

  • Institutional / Corporate Investors
  • Major Financial Institutions
  • Private Farming Families
  • Family Office Funds
  • Various Government Agencies


Service Lines
Valuation and Advisory Services
Property Type
Featured Research
1 Oct 2019
Webinar | Eastern Australia Water Market
Join the conversation about non-Murray Darling Basin water trends that impact permanent plantings in Australia
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1 Aug 2019
Southern Australia Dairy Market Overview
Colliers International is pleased to share the latest Dairy Market Overview for Southern Australia including analysis of recent sales and seasonal conditions.
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Featured News
30 Apr 2019
Australian agribusiness resilient despite challenges
The permanent plantings and viticulture sectors are the stand out performers in Australian agribusiness industry, with large transactions occurring in 2018 across macadamias, citrus, avocados, almonds and vineyard sectors.
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