Bringing clarity to complexity. Building confidence to act.

RMCG is an environmental and agricultural consultancy

We provide advice to government agencies, water authorities, institutions and private sector clients in the fields of environment, water, agriculture, economics and communities.


We apply our expertise and insight to drive sustainable resource use

RMCG provides policy, planning and technical consulting services to ensure a healthy future for the environment, industry and communities by helping them to plan and implement change.


RMCG is one of Australia’s strongest regionally focussed consulting groups

We have achieved this position through a commitment to the sustainable development of rural industries and communities.

We are an employer of choice

At RMCG, we pride ourselves on providing working conditions and arrangements that suit each individual’s needs.


Our history

The RMCG story started in Bendigo in 1989 with Rob Rendell and Nigel McGuckian. The initial focus was on helping farmers build sustainable businesses. We still retain that strong connection with individual farmers. It gives us a real understanding of what government policies mean in practice.


Our values

We care for our clients and their well-being. We pride ourselves on our integrity and our willingness to be honest in our advice to clients for their best interest.


Independent investigations into community concerns relating to the Wandong interchange

08 FEB 2017

View the Final Report for the Minister for Roads and Road Safety here....

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RMCG – New business structure, new brand

06 FEB 2017

RMCG is excited to have launched its redeveloped website and new-look brand for the business. The updated website and branding marks the culmination of some invigorating changes to the business - i...

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A tender for improving water quality – what’s left to learn from using tenders?

18 JAN 2017

Shayne Annett, Carl Larsen and Kym Whiteoak. Tenders have been used in a variety of environment grants programs, including some waterway health projects. While reflections on these experiences have...

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