Western Australia has a dynamic and progressive table grape industry which produces high quality table grapes mainly for the domestic market. Small volumes are also exported to international markets. The industry has grown considerably since 1992 with production increasing from 2200 tonnes in 1992 to more than 5700 tonnes in 2014.
Table grapes are grown commercially from Carnarvon in the Gascoyne, the Mid West near Geraldton, the Swan Valley and South West including Harvey, Donnybrook and Busselton areas.
The Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia works closely with the table grape industry to improve efficiency and increase returns.