We have gathered and grouped various contacts according to their objective or function, making searching for relevant information from the agribusiness industry quick and easy!
Hort Innovation’s primary function is creating value for horticulture growers and those across the horticulture supply chain. Through investment in R&D and marketing, they work to improve productivity, farm gate profitability and global competitiveness of Australian horticultural industries.
They have information for some specific products such as apple and pears; citrus, potatoes (fresh and processed), mushroom and olives.
Find citrus industry information, publications, industry contacts and more:
R&D in mango, information and publications:
Information about the fresh potato industry, also publications and more information:
Information about the processing potato industry:
Australian Horticulture Statistics Handbook Fruit 2016/17
This Handbook is an analysis that combines all available data on production, international trade, processing volumes and fresh market distribution to produce statistics on 75 horticultural categories over the year ending 30 June 2017. Take a look, you will find useful information.
Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD)
The amalgamation of the former Departments of Agriculture and Food; Fisheries; Regional Development together with nine Regional Development Commissions, provides a unified service for the Western Australia primary industries and regions.
Regional Development Commissions:
Gascoyne Development Commission: https://www.gdc.wa.gov.au/
Goldfields Esperance Development Commission: http://www.gedc.wa.gov.au/
Great Southern Development Commission: https://www.gsdc.wa.gov.au/
Kimberley Development Commission: https://kdc.wa.gov.au/
Mid West Development Commission: http://www.mwdc.wa.gov.au/
Peel Development Commission: https://www.peel.wa.gov.au/
Pilbara Development Commission: http://www.pdc.wa.gov.au/
South West Development Commission: http://www.swdc.wa.gov.au/
Wheatbelt Development Commission: http://www.wheatbelt.wa.gov.au/
Vegetables WA has been the primary industry body representing vegetable growers in Western Australia for almost 70 years. Our purpose is to assist growers, industry and government to maintain a profitable and sustainable vegetable industry.
The body assists growers of WA in areas such as advocacy and representation, develop extension, value chain and export; development, benchmarking, quality assurance, marketing and business services.
Australian Mango Industry Association (AMIA)
AMIA is a “not for profit” with members who are mango growers, associated business and industry people. Their aim is to encourage the growth and development of the industry.
This association is the primary industry body representing 100 growers. It provides diverse services to the industry such as: advocacy and representation; research and development; marketing and promotion and communication.