About

"BRALCA - Leading the Way for the next generation"

Australian Owned and Operated

BRALCA is a family owned and operated business located in Central West NSW. It has been operating for over 16 years and continues to evolve the team and services to address the growing needs in Australian Agriculture.

The name BRALCA is derived from the names of our three daughters BRooke, ALyssa and CAitlyn who play an active part in our decisions. It reflects our focus on family values.

benefits

  • 1 We work with and use the gear we sell All of the gear we create has evolved from a problem in our own enterprises we were trying to solve. For this reason our equipment continues to improve.
  • 2 We are always seeking new ways to solve problems Never content to accept the status quo we have developed wide networks of contractors, suppliers, scientists and researchers to continue to increase our own knowledge and share it with others.
  • 3 We travel throughout Australia This provides us with exceptional knowlege of the many types of agricultural enterprises throughout the country. Having trained and worked with thousands of Australian land owners/ managers we are able to contextualise our solutions to best suit your individual needs. 

our team

  • Ben Watts

    Ben has developed a deep understanding of commercial automated unmanned systems (AUS) and the areas…

  • Fiona Watts

    Fiona is a collaboration and contracts specialist. TAE40116 trainer who specialises in business decision frameworks…

  • Paul Morgan

    Captain Paul Morgan has over 30 years manned aviation experience. From general aviation in the…

  • Alyssa Watts

    Farming and livestock

  • Brooke Watts

    Brooke Watts Trainer & Operations Coordinator. Brooke Watts is on Linkedin

  • NSW Farmers (Partner)

    NSW Farmers actively supports the uptake of technology to improve innovation, productivity and product quality.…

  • uAvionix (Partner)

    Uavionix and Bralca have teamed to Beta test George and skylink C2 in the Australian…

  • XLRS (Partner)

    XLRS have partnered with Bralca to integrate world leading NATO compliant command and control systems…

Recent Posts

  • Fully Funded Training Places Available – 2bs 95.1 Radio Interview
    Data collection, surveying and creating maps and models can be a complicated process. This new course will provide a framework and example data to assist you to streamline this and is a great next step for those who have completed the Drones in Agriculture course.…
  • NSW School wether competition success
    The Yarn Podcast - Episode 225. Hear from co-ordinator Ben Watts and Brooke Cowan from Gunnedah High School after the successful NSW event which involved 62 schools and over 500 students.