The event takes place on August 17 at Level 16, Charlotte Street from 2.30pm to 5pm, with networking drinks from 4pm to 5pm.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Queensland's state office said it was intended to bring together government, private sector and research partners to discuss Australia's agricultural aid program.
"The development landscape in our region is changing, and our approach to driving effective development needs to adapt.
"This event will highlight key global challenges and opportunities and showcase innovative approaches to aid delivery through collaboration, particularly with the private sector.
"The event is also an opportunity for representatives from Queensland-based organisations to network and engage with Australia's international aid program.
The presenters and panellists are Dr Tristan Armstrong (DFAT); Scott Waldron (University of Queensland); Lilly Lim-Camacho (CSIRO); and Rob Cairns ( Syngenta Asia Pacific).
Places are limited and tickets are allocated on a first in, first served basis.