With a staffed office and full-time State Manager, AUSVEG SA is a means of ensuring effective agri-political representation and links to national industry programs for South Australian growers.

AUSVEG SA’s goals are to ramp up the advocacy effort on behalf of South Australian growers with state and local governments, to ensure they have proper representation on key issues, as well as effective dialogue into the R&D process.

South Australian-raised Mr Jordan Brooke-Barnett is AUSVEG State Manager – South Australia. He is based at the AUSVEG SA office in Suite 205, 22 Grenfell Street, Adelaide SA 5000, but spends plenty of time in the field, listening to growers about the issues that matter to them.

Mr Brooke-Barnett acts a key point of contact for growers within the state. A major part of his role is assessing key priorities for representation and potential on-farm services to assist the industry.

Mr Brooke-Barnett extends the strong model for advocacy on industry issues that AUSVEG has established at the national level to South Australian growers. AUSVEG has the goal of using its experience in effectively representing grower interests with government and the community to further the development of horticulture in the state.

For more information, please visit the AUSVEG SA page on our website.

Contact details

Phone: 08 8221 5220
E-mail:
jordan.brooke-barnett@ausveg.com.au

AUSVEG VIC was established to ensure effective agri-political representation and links to national industry programs. AUSVEG VIC is the new name for the Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria (VGA), and is building upon the work done by the VGA on behalf of Victorian vegetable growers since it was established in 1923.

The State Manager works closely with the AUSVEG VIC Executive Committee – formerly known as the VGA Executive Committee, with many of the same members – to assess key priorities for representation and potential on-farm services to assist the industry.

AUSVEG VIC extends the strong model for advocacy on industry issues that AUSVEG has established at the national level to Victorian growers. AUSVEG has the goal of using its experience in effectively representing grower interests with government and the community to further the development of horticulture in the state.

For more information, please visit the AUSVEG VIC page on our website.

Contact details

Phone: 03 9882 0277
E-mail:
info@ausvegvic.com.au

Growcom delivers services across the entire horticulture industry to businesses and organisations of all commodities, sizes and regions, as well as to associated industries in the value chain. Although Growcom is Queensland based, the organisation’s ability and expertise hold no boundaries and it is dedicated to leading the horticulture industry towards greater success.

For more information, please visit the Growcom website.

Contact details

Phone: 07 3620 3844
E-mail: growcom@growcom.com.au

The New South Wales Farmers Association (NSW Farmers) is the representative voice of farmers in NSW and works to ensure the best possible results for farmers, rural and regional communities. NSW Farmers represents a number of different groups through policy development, government lobbying, industrial relations, and education and training.

For more information, please visit the NSW Farmers website.

Contact details

Phone: 02 9478 1000

The Northern Territory Farmers Association (NT Farmers) is the peak body for plant-based industries in the Northern Territory, and is an amalgam of the former Northern Territory Agricultural and Horticultural Associations. NT Farmers commenced operation on 1 July 2012.

NT Farmers’ membership comprises a range of incorporated entities and other commodity or special interest groups, and it currently has more than 100 members in its organisation.

For more information, please visit the NT Farmers website.

Contact details

Phone: 08 8983 3233
E-mail: info@ntfarmers.org.au

The Potato Growers Association of WA (Inc) is the peak industry body for the Western Australian potato industry – representing potato growers across the state.

For more information, please visit the WA Potatoes website.

Contact details

Phone: 08 9481 0834
E-mail:
potatoes@vegetableswa.com.au

The Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association (TFGA) is Tasmania’s peak agricultural body, representing the interests of those who work on the land.

At present, the TFGA represents approximately 80% of enterprises within the Tasmanian agricultural sector.

For more information, please visit the Tasmanian Farmers & Graziers Association website.

Contact details

Phone: 03 6332 1800
E-mail:
reception@tfga.com.au

vegetablesWA represents the interests of vegetable growers in WA and is the trading name for the former Western Australian Vegetable Growers Association and the Potato Growers Association of Western Australia. vegetablesWA provides vegetable and potato growers with industry representation and development services to ensure they remain internationally competitive and at the forefront of best business practices.

For more information, please visit the vegetablesWA website.

Contact details

Phone: 08 9486 7515
E-mail: office@vegetableswa.com.au