Become a GrainGrowers member
Founded over sixty years ago by growers who wanted the very best for their industry, GrainGrowers is a national organisation working to enhance the profitability and sustainability of Australian grain farmers. We achieve this through our focus areas of policy and advocacy, grower engagement, thought leadership and active investment in future focused activities for all growers. Australian growers are at the heart of all that we do and the focus of our work.
Our Board of grower directors and our National Policy Group consisting of grower representatives combines with our ability to operate indecently ensures that GrainGrowers is committed to always representing the best interests of growers.
What we do
- Build and empower the grain leaders of today and tomorrow through industry-first leadership programs
- Focus on the issues that affect growers on farm through our policy and advocacy work.
- Connect growers and the broader agricultural industry through our event and engagement activities.
- Innovate through our education, research and outreach activities.
Hear from our members below!
Nigel Corish, Condamine QLD
GrainGrowers Deputy Chair and Sustainability Chair Nigel Corish,
is a Nuffield Scholar and fourth generation grower from Condamine,
“To be the best farmer I can be, from an efficiency and productivity point
of view, to an WHS and employer of choice point of view requires supporting policies. GrainGrowers helps growers by being their voice when it comes to national policy.”
Rebecca Kelly, Mingenew, WA
Rebecca Kelly is a grower from Mingenew, WA and a participant of the GrainGrowers Australian Grain Leaders Program.
“One of my close friends, Kathryn Fleay, completed the AGLP program
and said she gained so much out if it. When I saw they were
interviewing for the 2021 AGLP program I jumped at the chance. It is
a fantastic opportunity to learn more about leadership in agriculture and
create a network across Australia.”
Michael Hunt, Cannawigara, SA
Michael Hunt is a passionate grain grower, family farmer and policy enthusiast.
“If you are a farmer who wants to be involved in an organisation that values growers time and efforts, has a professional approach to all it does and delivers tangible changes to government policy on behalf of Australian grain farmers, join today.”
Our Priority Themes
Profitability and sustainability are key drivers in all activities. Using data from the annual member survey, Board and National Policy Group feedback, policy and advocacy insights and input from grower working groups, six key themes have been identified for FY23-24.