The Southern Forests produces over 50 different types of fruits and vegetables, truffles and boutique produce, dairy, sheep, pork and cattle farms, as well as award-winning wineries and exceptional culinary experiences.  The Southern Forests region is heavily invested in agriculture, with $230 million of agricultural production coming from the region.

The region’s climate and environmental influences allows Southern Forests producers to grow crops during the warmer summer months, advantageously contra-seasonal to many other food producing regions.



Amongst a much wider variety of produce, the Southern Forests predominantly produces:


  • 50% of Western Australia’s apple production.

  • 70% of Australia’s avocado production (Oct to mid Feb).

  • 90% of Western Australia’s broccoli production (mid Dec to mid May).

  • Most of Western Australia’s Marron production.

  • 90% of Western Australia’s potato production (Jan to March) and 40% all year round.

  • 100% of tamarillo supply to Australia’s large supermarket chains.

  • 85% of the Southern Hemisphere’s black truffle production.

  • 18,795 head of livestock per annum.

The Southern Forests Seasonal Produce Guide below highlights a range of seasonal produce currently available and also identifies potential crops that could be developed – Southern Forests producers embrace adaptability and change to market demands and fluctuations.