The Great Southern region covers a 39,007km section of the South Coast of Western Australia and neighbouring agricultural areas. Towns within the region include Albany, Bremer Bay, Denmark, Frankland, Katanning, Kojonup and Mount Barker. Ranging from spectacular coastline to rich agricultural areas, the Great Southern region is a major producer of livestock, especially lamb, and Albany is a major fishing centre. The region is also the most productive cereal grain and pastoral land in the state.
Fruit: Strawberries, avocados, other berries, citurs, stone fruit, pears, apples.
Vegetables: Potatoes, asparagus, sweet corn