Media Releases and Events

WA Noodle Wheat Industry feedback

View the latest\ quality feedback from the recent annual spring round of noodle wheat consultations ..

GIWA Crop Report - November 2020

The 2020 Season - Grain yields “better than expected”, every drop of rain converted ..

GIWA Annual Report available online

To view and download the GIWA Annual Report, please visit (..

WA Malt Barley Variety Recommendations for 2021/22

Thinking ahead to varieties which will sustain the WA Malt Barley industry, see the new GIWA Malt Ba..

Grain Industry Association
of Western Australia

The Grain Industry Association of Western Australia (GIWA) was established in 2008 in response to the deregulation of the Australian wheat market and the disbanding of the Australian Wheat Board.

GIWA is a not-for-profit, whole of value chain member industry association incorporated under the WA Associations Incorporation Act 2015. Its' purpose is to support an effective and efficient export-oriented Western Australian grain industry. GIWA facilitates communication, information exchange, capacity building and grain supply chain solutions for Western Australia.

GIWA’s members include researchers, plant breeders, seed cleaners and distributors, growers, grower groups, agronomists, farm business advisors, input service providers, domestic feed and food grain processors, bulk and container logistics service providers, and the trade.


From midnight on Friday, 13th November 2020, there are changes to Western Australia's border travel. For information on these changes and COVID-19 visit the website or the Controlled Interstate Border web page.

Online Travel Permit


The Western Australian Government, in conjunction with Tourism Western Australia, launched a campaign inspiring young Western Australians to embrace the opportunity to have a working holiday in WA. GIWA encourages members to engage with the #workandwander campaign. Get paid to make memories with Work and Wander Out Yonder.

GIWA was the coordinating industry partner for the DPIRD COVID-19 Western Australia Grain Industry Response Group. These meetings have concluded unless a particular COVID-19 issue arises, in which case DPIRD will reconvene the network; resources can be found here.

View the Western Australia COVID-19 Health Information or call the hotline for the latest WA Health information on 13 COVID or 13 26843.

COVID-19 Risk Minimisation Work Plans and safeguards for Working Holiday Makers in WA
- Visit DPIRD securing labour supply

Western Australia COVID-19 Travel Restrictions 

COVID-19 risk management resources from Safe Work Australia:

Contact Us:
Larissa Taylor
CEO, Grain Industry Association of Western Australia
+61 413 076 665