With an area spanning more than 2.5 million square kilometres, Western Australia is the largest state in Australia occupying a third of the continent. Across Western Australia, there are a number of horticultural growing regions across the state, take a look at the map to find out more.
Western Australia is home to a range of diverse food and beverage producing regions which vary in climate from the tropical north to the subtropical and temperate south.
Climate differences enable fruit and vegetables to grow across different parts of the state all year round, extending the typical seasons for WA grown produce. This year round abundance and diverse variety of WA produce makes supporting local easy!
It is helpful to know what is in season when purchasing fresh fruit and vegetables. Seasonal produce may have environmental benefits, be fresher and taste much better than something that has travelled across the world or come out of months of cold storage.
Most importantly choosing locally grown produce supports the Western Australian food and beverage industry and its regional communities state wide.