The iOS and Android versions of DPIRD’s Weather Stations app (also known as DAFWA Weather Stations) are no longer supported by the Apple and Google app stores and will be permanently retired on 16 February 2024. After this date, the app will cease to function.

This page provides information about livestock import inspection point requirements, and the criteria for the application for exemption of imported cattle presentation to the entry inspection point, Kununurra. It also provides a step-by-step guide to the application process. 

Animal Welfare During Bushfires

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPRID) Aboriginal Economic Development (AED) Program is designed to facilitate sustainable and lasting increases to Aboriginal economic participation.

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development's (DPIRD) Aboriginal Economic Development (AED) program lays the building blocks for a new approach to AED in WA.

Tuesday 31 October - Wednesday 1 November 2023

Ascot Racecourse, 71 Grandstand Road, Ascot

Two-day industry expo dedicated to innovative technology in horticulture.

The WA Government has a range of Aboriginal business development and employment services to assist those affected by the recent Kimberley floods. The services are available to any Aboriginal business, organisation, community or person in the region. 

This section answers some frequently asked questions about Extrata.

A benchmarking study was conducted in 2016 on fertiliser and irrigation practices of 10 tomato growers in Carnarvon. In 2022 a follow up study was conducted on current fertiliser practices and to assess for changes in shelf life and quality of the tomatoes produced since the 2016 study.

Kimberley flood recovery assistance


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