WA HOME GROWN
A food lover’s guide to food,
farms, tours and travel in
WA Home Grown
WA HOME GROWN is your guide to the extraordinary food and farm experiences available in regional Western Australia, one of the largest, cleanest and sustainable food producers in the world.
In a state the size of Europe and with a population of just 2.5 million, WA’s rich landscapes and pristine oceans produce an extraordinary range of premium fresh produce and world-class cuisine. So, if you love to eat and drink, believe in supporting local community and seek a long, healthy and sustainable lifestyle for you and your family, follow us on Facebook and become a subscriber.
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Magic of Milk
Rich, fresh milk has been an essential ingredient in the diets of growing kids and adults for thousands of years. Despite the challenges, all the milk we drink in WA is produced locally on about 120 mostly family-owned farms in Harvey, Denmark and Margaret River (Cowaramup was not named by accident). Find out more about farm visits, paddock to plate, locally-made product and nutritional advice for you and your family.
Sustainable Farming in Western Australia
Surrounded by three oceans and a desert, WA is the most isolated and pristine landscape in the world. Our farms and fisheries sit alongside the world’s largest national parks and biodiversity hotspots.
In a land the size of Europe, our population is just 3 million. Our nearest neighbour to the south is Antarctica and 8,600km to the East lies Africa. Free of industry, population and pollution, WA grows the cleanest, tastiest, sustainable food in the world, sort after around the globe.
But for the ultimate taste-sensation, you need to go direct to the farms and fisheries and taste food the way that nature intended. You won’t believe what you have been missing.
Aboriginal bush tucker tours & experiences
Stretching back more than 50,000 years, Indigenous culture is central to Western Australia’s history, present and future. Whether you’re looking for a taste of bush tucker, or to feast your eyes on aboriginal art, the oldest surviving culture in the world has never been more accessible.
Your complete guide to WA growers, producers and premium retailers accessible to the public, plus detailed map-view and trail builder.